Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun A pail-shaped vessel belonging to a dinner-service, made by English potters in the eighteenth century.

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Examples

  • Hear the word "seau" pronounced: Download seau. wav

    French Word-A-Day:

  • Hear the word "seau" pronounced: Download seau. wav

    French Word-A-Day:

  • Hear the word "seau" pronounced: Download seau. wav

    seau - French Word-A-Day

  • Hear the word "seau" pronounced: Download seau.wav

    seau - French Word-A-Day

  • Hear the word "seau" pronounced: Download seau.wav

    French Word-A-Day:

  • "Si, je sais bien que tous les matins elles balayent leurs escaliers puis y jettent un seau d'eau."

    Lettres de ma Terrasse

  • "Si, je sais bien que tous les matins elles balayent leurs escaliers puis y jettent un seau d'eau."

    Tante Marie-Francoise

  • So, yes, in blue, I'm sure now it is a plumbago, but the red flowers "dans le seau" (in the bucket) are not busy lizzies - and not geraniums either.

    avant-propos - French Word-A-Day

  • "Si, je sais bien que tous les matins elles balayent leurs escaliers puis y jettent un seau d'eau."

    la routine - French Word-A-Day

  • I've also heard it this way "cinq raisins/un seau" (five grapes fill one bucket) this last "story" must have been told by a Marseillais ... who might have just as well said "five sardines to one bucket ..." you know, the old "sardine that blocked the port entrance" ...

    la recolte - French Word-A-Day

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  • le seau, bucket 桶。

    May 7, 2008