Translation of saucer in Spanish:

saucer

platillo, n.

Pronunciation: /ˈsɔsər//ˈsɔːsə/

noun

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    platillo masculine
    with eyes like saucers con (los) ojos como platos
    • Mom sipped her tea and set it down on the china saucer that was placed on the glass coffee-table.
    • The cups were so big you could drown in them, and they were sitting in saucers practically the size of dinner plates.
    • Linda watched Karen as she sat her new doll carefully on a tree stump and placed tiny china plates, cups and saucers before it.
    • Later, I took my mother and the cat a cup of tea and a saucer of milk, respectively.
    • Our fields are full of old spoons and forks and pieces of broken cups, saucers and plates.
    • Put 2 or 3 saucers into the freezer to use later when testing for setting point.
    • The tray has a teapot, two little bowls and two saucers with pretty looking beancurd sweets in them.
    • Fiona came into the room then, carrying two cups of coffee, porcelain cups with saucers.
    • They comprise the full range of cups and saucers, milk jugs, covered sugar bowls or boxes, slop bowls, teapots and stands.
    • And after dinner, he jumps up and picks up the cups and the saucers and the plates and comes in the kitchen.
    • She found Dilys in the dining room setting a tea platter with cups and saucers.
    • We can supply them with everything down to the cups and saucers.
    • Soon the children were all armed with steaming cups and saucers.
    • She gestured at carefully piled plates and bowls stacked on shelves and bluebell-patterned cups and saucers gleaming on the draining board by the sink.
    • The table before him was full of pretty cups and saucers and flowers.
    • The cabinets should be able to store a generous stack of plates, cups, saucers, and bowls.
    • Then clear off a couple hundred tables and wash twelve thousand plates, glasses, cups and saucers.
    • Phalaenopsis orchids need a good deal of moisture and standing the pot on a saucer of pebbles and daily misting should achieve this.
    • On yet another plate, was a teapot, still steaming, and on two saucers were two cups with two spoons and two small bowls of sugar.
    • Shayne returned, holding a tray on which were a coffee plunger, cups, saucers, cream, sugar and biscuits.