Dixie cup


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Dix′ie Cup`

Trademark. a brand of disposable paper cup, as for beverages.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.Dixie Cup - a disposable cup made of paperDixie cup - a disposable cup made of paper; for holding drinks
cup - a small open container usually used for drinking; usually has a handle; "he put the cup back in the saucer"; "the handle of the cup was missing"
Translations

Dixie cup®

n (US) → Pappbecher m
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Georgia-Pacific's Dixie cup and plate manufacturing plants underwent an extensive third-party audit to receive the globally recognized SFI certification, meaning that Dixie products meet the requirements of the SFI[R] Chain of Custody standard.
Art consultant-turned-fishing guide Mitch Bangert was at a coffee shop tasting gourmet coffee in February 2010 when his host gave him a Dixie Cup and said, "Mitch, cup your hand over the back of this as you drink.
I kept my medicine cabinet on stage, in a 14-inch drum head, the bottom of which contained, one Dixie cup with a straw and blow in it and the other with Coca-Cola and Jack Daniels in it.
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We left with our doggy bag and a Dixie cup of fish food for the critters outside.
In time, the Individual Drinking Cup Company became the Dixie Cup Corporation.
I'll get you a Dixie cup when we see an ice cream truck.
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While most people now drink water from their own plastic bottles, the Dixie cup remains widely in use.
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Hot on the breaking story, I walked directly to my office after eating a Dixie cup of Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough and called FTC Commissioner Orson Swindle's office for comment.