lidded


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lid·ded

 (lĭd′ĭd)
adj.
1. Having or covered with a lid or similar covering: a lidded basket.
2. Having eyelids of a specified kind. Used in combination: heavy-lidded eyes; red-lidded eyes.
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.lidded - having or covered with a lid or lids; often used in combination; "milk is left in a large lidded mug"; "heavy-lidded eyes"
lidless - not having or covered with a lid or lids; "a lidless container"
2.lidded - having a lid; "milk in a heavy lidded mug"
topped - having a top of a specified character
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Translations

lidded

[ˈlɪdɪd] ADJ
1. [pot etc] → con tapa
2. heavily lidded eyesojos mpl con párpados gruesos
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The mini food waste bins will be distributed to every home before September - when the council will stop weekly green lidded bin collections and introduce fortnightly pick-ups.
In addition, innovations such as lidded single-serving ketchup cups that allow either dipping or squeezing will boost packaging cup demand at the expense of conventional flexible packets.
Or try Lakeland's (www.lakeland.com or 015394 88100) lidded bowl trio with stainless steel inner - pounds 14.99 for a set of three.