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 ?
Jackson's last cone of ashes dropped into the brass ashtray at his elbow.
There was a window, and a table and a chair in the window, and upon the table stood a rusty inkstand, an ashtray, an old copy of a French newspaper, and a pen with a broken nib.
He squared his chest, took out a cigarette, took two whiffs at it, flung it into a mother-of-pearl ashtray, and with rapid steps walked through the drawing room, and opened the other door into his wife's bedroom.
People should send their ashtrays to Ashtray Amnesty, 61 Lincoln's Inn Fields, London, WC2A 3PX until the end of January.
Ashtray" features smokers who bring their own ashtrays into the city's now-smokeless bars and slam them down assertively.
Alternatively, in this age of digital trickery, you might suppose that these images have been altered, so that the same ashtray and candle holder appear to have changed hue.
QMY nan owns a Babycham ashtray and a Wade tortoise - do they have any value?
Robert Williams, whose mum has temporary respite care at Nant Silyn care home in Wrexham, complained to the council after finding an ashtray full of stubbed out cigarettes on the window sill.
Magistrates were told how a nightclub DJ was left with a cut on his face after Andrew Warren threw an ashtray at a mirrored pillar, smashing it and showering him with glass.
A novelty Broon Ale ashtray is set to fetch up to pounds 100 in an internet auction.
A trooper approaching Garfunkel's car noticed an odour of marijuana, and the joint was found in the ashtray.
SMOKERS sneaking out for a crafty ciggie thought they were hearing things when bird song chirped from the ashtray.