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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishteapottea‧pot /ˈtiːpɒt $ -pɑːt/ ●●○ noun [countable]  teapot.jpg a container for making and serving tea, which has a handle and a spout1(1)
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teapotOne glazed clay tea set consists of a teapot surrounded by small teacups on a matching tray.There was a copper kettle boiling on one hob and a china teapot on the other and the stove shone clean.Dozens of teapots were boiling there, some of them had whistles.Edusha was there, pouring water into the teapot.She had a Worcester teapot, first period.
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