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  • EN [ vɑːz]
  • US [ veɪs]

English definition


  • 1. an open jar of glass or porcelain used as an ornament or to hold flowers

Example sentences

  • They have found several fragments of a Roman vase in the area.

  • In a vase on the table stood a rose.

  • The silver vase had been hallmarked at Birmingham.

  • In a vase on the table stood a tulip.

  • There is a floral border round the mouth of the vase.

  • She went south with a vase.

  • The vase is smashed to pieces.

  • The vase was fragmented in shipment.

  • The porcelain vase is enveloped in cotton.

  • I saw the vase in the window of a shop.

  • The silver vase is embossed with a design of flowers.

  • He began to arrange the flowers in the vase.

  • I saw the vase in the window of an antique shop.

  • If you break that vase you'll have to pay for it.

  • The thieves smashed the showcase and stole the vase.

  • This vase is a piece of exquisite workmanship.

  • A vase of roses cheered up the room.

  • You will catch it for breaking that vase.

  • The flowers in the vase have faded.

  • I accidentally knocked the vase off the table.

  • She knocked the vase over.

  • The ancient vase was painted with pastoral scenes.

  • The vase was smashed to pieces.

  • Try not to knock that vase over.

  • He dropped the vase and it shattered into pieces on the floor.

  • a vase of flowers

  • Pale wilting roses drooped from a blue vase.

  • Hillary clobbered him with a vase.

  • She unlocked the case and carefully lifted out the vase.


Meaning of vase

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