Tupperware


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Tupperware

(ˈtʌpəweə)
n
(Cookery) trademark a brand of plastic containers used for storing food
[C20: Tupper, US manufacturing company + ware1]
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Tupperware®

[ˈtʌpərwɛər]
nTupperware® m
modif
a Tupperware box → un Tupperware
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