n. 食器類

English-Japanese new dictionary. 2007.

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  • Dishware — is the general term for the dishes used in serving, and eating food, including plates and bowls. Dinnerware is a synonym, especially meaning a set of dishes, including serving pieces.The broader term Tableware includes dishes, cutlery, and… …   Wikipedia

  • dishware — n. eating and serving dishes collectively. Syn: crockery. [WordNet 1.5] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • dishware — noun Date: 1946 tableware (as of china) used in serving food …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • dishware — /dish wair /, n. dishes used for food; tableware. [1945 50; DISH + WARE1] * * * …   Universalium

  • dishware — noun crockery used for serving or cooking food Syn: dishes See Also: dishwashing …   Wiktionary

  • dishware — n. tableware, dishes, eating and serving dishes …   English contemporary dictionary

  • dishware — noun tableware (eating and serving dishes) collectively • Syn: ↑crockery • Hypernyms: ↑tableware • Hyponyms: ↑chinaware, ↑china, ↑cup, ↑dish, ↑ …   Useful english dictionary

  • Platter (dishware) — A platter is a large type of dishware used for serving food. It is a tray on which food is displayed and served to people. It can have oval, round, rectangular, or square shape. It can be made of steel, ceramic, or plastic. Plain and ornate… …   Wikipedia

  • Crock (dishware) — Ancient Greek casserole and brazier, 6th/4th century BC, exhibited in the Ancient Agora Museum in Athens, housed in the Stoa of Attalus A crock is a pottery container somet …   Wikipedia

  • Plate (dishware) — Chinese blue and white porcelain plates, on display in the Topkapi Palace in Istanbul, Turkey …   Wikipedia

  • Sugar bowl (dishware) — A sugar bowl is a small bowl designed for holding sugar or sugar cubes, to be served with tea or coffee in the Western tradition, that is an integral part of a tea set. Notable sugar bowls * Gustav IV Adolf of Sweden presented a pair of silver… …   Wikipedia

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