lazy Susan


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lazy Susan

n.
A revolving tray for condiments or food.

lazy Susan

n
a revolving tray, often divided into sections, for holding condiments, etc

la′zy Su′san

(or su′san) or La′zy Su′san,


n.
1. a revolving tray for foods, condiments, etc., placed usu. at the center of a dining table.
2. any similar structure, as a shelf or tabletop, designed to revolve so that whatever it holds can be seen or reached easily.
[1915–20]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.lazy Susan - a revolving tray placed on a dining tablelazy Susan - a revolving tray placed on a dining table
tray - an open receptacle for holding or displaying or serving articles or food
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as a bowl (for a salad or chips) or as a cake cover, as well as several ceramic bowls that fit into the wooden Lazy Susan and can be filled with ingredients for those tortillas or that salad, toppings for that cake or dips for those chips-or anything else the consumer can dream up.
Looking around, the place was comfortably busy with groups of young people, couples on their way home and a family whose order gradually filled their table's huge lazy Susan with fascinating dishes.
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When I was 9, I invented a can opener, a lazy susan for the refrigerator and a malted milk machine from parts I found.
The upper center cabinet contains a polemounted lazy Susan.
The innovative in-floor storage area, standard on all models, includes a Lazy Susan rotating storage tray on EX and above models.
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