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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
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tankardtan‧kard /ˈtæŋkəd $ -ərd/ noun [countable]  tankard.jpg DFDa large metal cup, usually with a handle, which you can drink beer from
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tankardApart from the trophy the winner receives £60, a tankard and a voucher for £35 for solid fuel.Anyway, the stranger was about to leave when a slattern dropped a tankard.He found it strange that he had just buried Tosspot who used to clean the platters and tankards in this very tavern.Steve was presented with a Press Club tankard at the awards in Birmingham.Naked Balinese dancing girls held tankards of ale to his lips.Pike noticed him and, eyes guarded, raised his tankard.One tankard hit the ceiling, another broke a window.The other picked up his drink and took a long swallow, watching her over the rim of the tankard.
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