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gob·let

 (gŏb′lĭt)
n.
1. A drinking vessel, such as a glass, that has a stem and base.
2. Archaic A drinking bowl without handles.

[Middle English gobelet, from Old French, diminutive of gobel, cup, probably of Celtic origin.]
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goblet

(ˈɡɒblɪt)
n
1. (Brewing) a vessel for drinking, usually of glass or metal, with a base and stem but without handles
2. archaic a large drinking cup shaped like a bowl
[C14: from Old French gobelet a little cup, from gobel ultimately of Celtic origin]
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gob•let

(ˈgɒb lɪt)

n.
1. a drinking glass with a foot and stem.
2. a bowl-shaped drinking vessel in former use.
[1300–50; Middle English gobelet < Old French, diminutive of gobel cup « Celtic]
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.goblet - a drinking glass with a base and stemgoblet - a drinking glass with a base and stem
drinking glass, glass - a container for holding liquids while drinking
2.goblet - a bowl-shaped drinking vesselgoblet - a bowl-shaped drinking vessel; especially the Eucharistic cup
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"
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goblet

noun cup, chalice, beaker, flagon a silver brandy goblet
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Translations
قَدَح، طاسَه
sklenička s nožičkou
talpas pohár
drykkjarbikar
biķeris
pohár so stopkou

goblet

[ˈgɒblɪt] Ncopa f
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goblet

[ˈgɒblɪt] ngobelet m
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goblet

nPokal m; (esp of glass) → Kelchglas nt
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goblet

[ˈgɒblɪt] ncalice m
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goblet

(ˈgoblit) noun
a drinking-cup with a thin stem. He served the wine in goblets.
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References in classic literature ?
With sheep and shaggy goats the porkers bled, And the proud steer was on the marble spread; With fire prepared, they deal the morsels round, Wine rosy bright the brimming goblets crown'd.
"And six wooden goblets, and six platters of wood and two of pewter to cat and drink from withal," said the mason, impressively.
The warmly cool, clear, ringing, perfumed, overflowing, redundant days, were as crystal goblets of Persian sherbet, heaped up --flaked up, with rose-water snow.
But I doubt not that they were very magnificent; and slaves in gorgeous liveries waited on the guests, and offered them wine in goblets of massive silver."
- A Perilous Situation.- Meeting With M'Tavish and His Party.- Arrival at the Shahaptan.- Plundered Caches.-Determination of the Wintering Partners Not to Leave the Country.- Arrival of Clarke Among the Nez Perces.- The Affair of the Silver Goblet.- Hanging of An Indian.- Arrival of the Wintering Partners at Astoria.
Each guest had been served with a crystal goblet filled with lacasa, which is a sort of nectar famous in Oz and nicer to drink than soda-water or lemonade.
A PIGEON, oppressed by excessive thirst, saw a goblet of water painted on a signboard.
Many large, bitter drops fell into the goblet as he took it, humbly, from the hand of the tyrant.
He filled a goblet of ancient Venetian glass with a purple-red liquor, beautiful to see.
Jasper turns round from the fire, fills a large goblet glass for Neville, fills a large goblet glass for Edwin, and hands each his own; then fills for himself, saying:
"Only admit this evil-minded young man to your presence, treat him civilly, and invite him to drink a goblet of wine.
Then the old witch said, 'Now we must have the bird-heart; he will not feel when it is gone.' She prepared a drink, and when it was ready she poured it in a goblet and gave it to the maiden, who had to hand it to the hunter.