ashtray

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ash·tray

 (ăsh′trā′)
n.
A receptacle for tobacco ashes and cigarette and cigar butts.

ashtray

(ˈæʃˌtreɪ)
n
a receptacle for tobacco ash, cigarette butts, etc

ash•tray

(ˈæʃˌtreɪ)

n.
a receptacle for tobacco ashes.
[1885–90]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.ashtray - a receptacle for the ash from smokers' cigars or cigarettesashtray - a receptacle for the ash from smokers' cigars or cigarettes
receptacle - a container that is used to put or keep things in
Translations
مِنْفَضَةُ السَجائرمَنْفَضَة سَجائِر
popelník
askebæger
tuhkakuppi
pepeljara
hamutartó
öskubakki
灰皿
재떨이
scrumieră
popolník
pepelnik
pepeljara
askkopp
ที่เขี่ยบุหรี่
kül tablasıküllük
gạt tàn thuốc

ashtray

[ˈæʃtreɪ] Ncenicero m

ashtray

[ˈæʃtreɪ] ncendrier mAsh Wednesday nmercredi m des Cendres

ashtray

[ˈæʃˌtreɪ] nportacenere m inv, posacenere m inv

ash

(ӕʃ) noun
the dust etc that remains after anything is burnt. cigarette ash; the ashes of the bonfire.
ˈashen adjective
(of someone's face etc) very pale with shock etc.
ˈashes noun plural
the remains of a human body after cremation. Her ashes were scattered at sea.
ˈashtray noun
a dish or other container for cigarette ash.

ashtray

مِنْفَضَةُ السَجائر popelník askebæger Aschenbecher σταχτοδοχείο cenicero tuhkakuppi cendrier pepeljara portacenere 灰皿 재떨이 asbak askebeger popielniczka cinzeiro пепельница askkopp ที่เขี่ยบุหรี่ küllük gạt tàn thuốc 烟灰缸
References in classic literature ?
The familiar details came out: the stag's horns, the bookshelves, the looking-glass, the stove with its ventilator, which had long wanted mending, his father's sofa, a large table, on the table an open book, a broken ash tray, a manuscript book with his handwriting.
True; but I'm not going to waste my weed," and Prince poked his into the empty inkstand that served them for an ash tray.
I felt I had swallowed the contents of a night club ash tray and I deposited the insects back to nature as quickly as I could.
A mirror from the ladies' toilet in the Royal Retirement Area went for pounds 400 while an ash tray from the Royal area fetched pounds 550.
The Big Breakfast blonde is famous for walking off with a tissue box cover and an ash tray from Buckingham Palace.
These included items including an ash tray, wires, cables, excess amount of bedding and staff searching gloves.
The collected ash can either be disposed manually or the ash tray can be directly connected to flush of the toilet.
In my book, 'Understanding the Psychic Powers of Man,' first published in 1978, 10 years before meeting Jonsson, I mentioned that he solved a brutal murder case without the slightest clue, located three girls in a famous missing persons case, correctly identified an object concealed inside a box as Hitler's ash tray and literally stopped a clock by merely looking at it.
I store the flap with all the info on it in the ash tray, which doesn't get used for the purpose it was designed for, so it's always handy.
Indeed, like on your device, these 'upgrades' happen insidiously behind the scenes; never noticeable until you vainly tried to find your favourite trusty sweat top for the gym or wondered where that Newcastle Exhibition ash tray on your bedroom window sill has gone?
In his bedroom, decorated with hundreds of small models of old car, the wall clock, the side lamp, the ash tray and the music player are all in the shape of models still missing from his collection.