Learn English Vocabulary for Cups and Glasses
A cup is a small open container used for drinking and carrying drinks. It can be made of wood, plastic, glass, clay, metal, stone, china or other materials, and it might have a stem, handles or other adornments.
Cups are used for quenching thirst across a wide range of cultures and social classes, and different styles of cups may be used for different liquids or in different situations (i.e. in the kitchen)
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- 1 Cups and Glasses Vocabulary in English | Video
- 2 List of Cups and Glasses in English
- 2.1 Wine glass
- 2.2 Water goblet
- 2.3 Margarita glass
- 2.4 Hurricane glass
- 2.5 Champagne flute
- 2.6 Cocktail glass
- 2.7 Irish coffee glass
- 2.8 Cognac balloon
- 2.9 Plastic cup
- 2.10 Mug
- 2.11 Beer mug
- 2.12 Weizen glass
- 2.13 Teacup
- 2.14 Demitasse
- 2.15 Footed pilsner glass
- 2.16 Collins glass
- 2.17 Vodka glass
- 2.18 Shot glass
- 3 Cups and Glasses Vocabulary in English | Image
Cups and Glasses Vocabulary in English | Video
List of Cups and Glasses in English
– Her wine glass was still quite full.
– This is a water goblet.
– Strain and pour into a chilled margarita glass.
– Pour into a hurricane glass and garnish with orange wheel.
– I don’t even own one Champagne flute, let alone a set.
– Her cocktail glass was frosted with sugar.
Irish coffee glass
– Pour coffee into an Irish coffee glass.
– Phillips ordered a cognac balloon.
– Megan unpacked the picnic tea and handed me a plastic cup.
– He was so thirsty that he drank a mug of milk.
– How much does your beer mug contain?
– Please fill this weizen glass for me.
– Please hand me a saucer to put under my teacup.
– Break each egg into a demitasse cup with a rounded bottom.
Footed pilsner glass
– I always drink beer from a footed pilsne glass.
– In a collins glass or other tall glass, combine white and yolk.
– I like this vodka glass.
– Carry a shot glass in your beach bag.