English version

tumbler

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Utensils, Performing
tumblertum‧bler /ˈtʌmblə $ -ər/ noun [countable] 🔊 🔊 1 tumbler.jpg DFUa glass with a flat bottom and no handle2 (also tumblerful /-fʊl/ British English)AMOUNT the amount of liquid that this type of glass can contain3 old-fashionedAP someone who performs special movements such as doing somersaults (=a jump in which you turn over completely in the air) syn acrobat
Examples from the Corpus
tumblerThe Gold Cadillac margarita is actually served in a tumbler over ice cubes with no salt anywhere to be seen.The packet contained two smaller packets - one blue, one white, which were mixed together in a tumbler of water.In both hands he held steady a glass tumbler drained to the ice.The wine glasses, tumblers, pipes and so on were articles which each painter handled regularly in the course of day-to-day life.I stand three feet from the glassware and count the tumblers lined up on a towel.
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