English version

salver

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Utensils
salversal‧ver /ˈsælvə $ -ər/ noun [countable] 🔊 🔊 DFUa large metal plate used for serving food or drink at a formal meal 🔊 a silver salver
Examples from the Corpus
salverHe said take it back downstairs and bring it to me on a salver.The winners received a salver and cheque for £300.Chilperic also showed Gregory a gold salver covered with gems, weighing fifty pounds.The press were delighted to have the scandal fed to them on a silver salver.Romanov's monologue was only once interrupted, by a waiter who wheeled in a trolley on which sat a silver salver.Each finalist will receive a commemorative medal and the top three will win a silver salver.The waiter lifted the salver to reveal a rack of lamb surrounded by courgettes and tiny new potatoes.On the salver was an ice-bucket cooling a bottle of champagne and two long fluted glasses.
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