Tikibu: pronunciation dictionary with use examples

Word: tray
IPA transcription: [tɹ'eɪ]
noun meaning of the word
  • Synonyms: tray
    Meaning: an open receptacle for holding or displaying or serving articles or food
Usage examples
  • When she had gone Mr. Tebrick took the tray upstairs.
  • Joe offered the tray to Mr. Pontellier, and removed the soup.
  • She felt that she could not hold the tray out another instant.
  • "Thanks, thanks," murmured Old Grannis, setting down the tray.
  • Yes, you can pour me out a cup--and put another on the little tray.
  • His words were courteous as Doc motioned toward the tray of breakfast.
  • "Let me--I'll take the tray from you," cried Old Grannis, coming forward.
  • He was carrying away the coffee tray and his eyes wandered to the windows.
  • She put down the tray, and paused at the glass, looking across it out of the window.
  • Von Schlichten dropped ash from his cigarette into the tray that served all three of them.