carafe
/kəˈɹæf/
noun
a container used for serving drinks, such as water, juice, wine, or coffee
chalice
/ˈtʃæɫɪs/
noun
a large, ceremonial cup, typically made of metal and often decorated with precious materials, that is used for drinking wine or other sacred liquids during religious ceremonies
flute
/ˈfɫut/
noun
a tall, narrow glassware typically used for serving sparkling wine or champagne
glass
/ˈɡɫæs/
noun
a container that is used for drinks and is made of glass
goblet
/ˈɡɑbɫət/
noun
a drinking vessel with a stem and a bowl, typically made of glass or metal and used for serving wine, water, or other beverages
jug
/ˈdʒəɡ/
noun
a falt-bottomed container with a handle and a narrow opening that is used for holding liquids and pouring them
pitcher
/ˈpɪtʃɝ/
noun
a deep round container with a handle and a lid used for pouring liquids
liqueur glass
/lɪkˈɜː ɡlˈæs/
noun
a small stemmed glassware for serving liqueurs in small amounts, typically holding 1-2 fluid ounces (30-60 mL) with a wide bowl and tapered top for sipping
beaker
/ˈbikɝ/
noun
type of glass or plastic container typically used for serving and drinking alcoholic beverages, such as beer or cocktails
glassware
/ˈɡɫæsˌwɛɹ/
noun
objects that are made of glass, particularly ones used for eating and drinking
bottle
/ˈbɑtəɫ/
noun
a glass or plastic container that has a narrow neck and is used for storing drinks or other liquids
coffee cup
/kˈɔfi kˈʌp/
noun
a small to medium-sized cup or mug, typically made of ceramic or porcelain, that is used for drinking coffee
cup
/ˈkəp/
noun
a small bowl-shaped container, usually with a handle, that we use for drinking tea, coffee, etc.
jar
/ˈdʒɑɹ/
noun
a glass container with a lid to store food such as honey, jam, pickles, etc.
mug
/ˈməɡ/
noun
a large cup that has no saucer and is used for drinking
canteen
/kænˈtin/
noun
a small container or bottle used for carrying water or other liquids, typically used by hikers, campers, or soldiers
schooner
/ˈskunɝ/
noun
a tall, stemmed glassware used for serving beer, typically holding around 18 to 20 fluid ounces (530 to 590 mL) and designed to enhance the beer's aroma and flavor
snifter
/ˈsnɪftɝ/
noun
a short-stemmed glass with a wide bowl that tapers at the top, used for serving brandy or other aromatic liquors
stein
/ˈstaɪn/
noun
a type of beer mug, traditionally made of stoneware or earthenware, featuring a hinged lid and a handle
wineglass
/wˈaɪnɡlæs/
noun
a stemmed drinking glass with a bowl-shaped top that narrows to concentrate the aroma of wine
tankard
/ˈtæŋkɝd/
noun
a large, typically cylindrical drinking vessel with a handle, traditionally made of metal, wood, or ceramic, often used for serving beer or ale
teacup
/ˈtiˌkəp/
noun
a small cup typically used for drinking tea
tumbler
/ˈtəmbɫɝ/
noun
a type of drinking glass with a flat bottom and no handle, typically made of glass or plastic
demitasse
/dˈɛmɪtˌæs/
noun
a small cup used for serving strong coffee, usually after a meal. It typically holds between 2 to 3 fluid ounces (60-90 mL) of liquid and is traditionally made of porcelain or ceramic
coaster
/ˈkoʊstɝ/
noun
a small, flat mat or pad that is placed under a glass, bottle, or other drinking vessel to protect the surface of a table or counter from moisture, stains, or damage
rummer
/ɹˈʌmɚ/
noun
a glass stemware with a bowl-shaped design that tapers towards the stem and a thick base, typically used for serving rum or other spirits
cocktail glass
/kˈɑːkteɪl ɡlˈæs/
noun
a stemmed glass with a cone-shaped bowl that is used to serve cocktails
stemware
/stˈɛmwɛɹ/
noun
any type of glassware, such as wine glasses, champagne flutes, or goblets, that has a stem connecting the bowl or cup to a base
water glass
/wˈɔːɾɚ ɡlˈæs/
noun
a cylindrical drinking glass without a handle, used for serving water at mealtimes
collins glass
/kˈɑːlɪnz ɡlˈæs/
noun
a tall, narrow glass that typically holds between 10 and 14 ounces of liquid, and is used for serving mixed drinks such as the Tom Collins
faceted glass
/fˈæsɛɾᵻd ɡlˈæs/
noun
a type of glassware that has multiple flat surfaces, called facets, on the exterior of the glass
highball glass
/hˈaɪbɔːl ɡlˈæs/
noun
a tall, narrow tumbler used for serving cocktails or mixed drinks with ice and a larger amount of mixer, commonly holding around 8 to 12 fluid ounces (240 to 350 mL)
shot glass
/ʃˈɑːt ɡlˈæs/
noun
a small, cylindrical glass used for serving small amounts of liquor, typically holding between 1 and 2 fluid ounces
old fashioned glass
/ˈoʊld fˈæʃənd ɡlˈæs/
noun
a short, stout glassware typically used for serving alcoholic beverages "on the rocks" or with minimal ice
beer bottle
/bˈɪɹ bˈɑːɾəl/
noun
a container, typically made of glass, that is used to hold and transport beer for consumption
coupe
/ˈkup/
noun
a stemmed glassware with a shallow, wide bowl and a short stem
tulip glass
/tjˈuːlɪp ɡlˈæs/
noun
a stemmed glass with a wide bowl that tapers towards the top and flares out slightly at the rim
margarita glass
/mˌɑːɹɡɚɹˈiːɾə ɡlˈæs/
noun
a stemmed glass with a wide, shallow bowl and a rim that is often coated in salt, used for serving margaritas or other mixed drinks
hurricane glass
/hˈɜːɹəkˌeɪn ɡlˈæs/
noun
a strong and durable type of glass used for serving drinks, especially in areas where hurricanes or strong winds are common
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