tea|cup [ˈti:kʌp] n
a cup that you serve tea in
storm in a teacup atstorm1 (5)

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  • Teacup — A teacup is a small cup with a handle, generally a small one that may be grasped with the thumb and one or two fingers. It is typically made of porcelain ( china ). It is usually part of a set, composed of a cup and a matching saucer. These in… …   Wikipedia

  • teacup — UK [ˈtiːˌkʌp] / US [ˈtɪˌkʌp] noun [countable] Word forms teacup : singular teacup plural teacups a cup for drinking tea • See: storm I …   English dictionary

  • teacup — noun (C) a cup that you serve tea in see also: storm in a teacup storm 1 (4) …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • teacup — /ˈtikʌp/ (say teekup) noun 1. a cup designed for the drinking of tea, usually standing on a saucer and often part of a set of such cups and saucers, and tea things. 2. a teacupful. –phrase 3. a storm in a teacup, a great deal of fuss arising out… …  

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