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- n. Plural form of tray.
- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of tray.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n.pl. See trais.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Middle English forms of trace.
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The New York Times City Room blog says that the Loews Regency Hotel is now serving a $30 TV dinner -- complete with porcelain trays and pricey free range chicken.
Batches in trays waiting for the next stage of processing.
He took Hollendorp to an interrogation room, ordered two lunch trays from the canteen, and summoned a police stenographer.
While we were there, a seemingly endless stream of natives of the humbler class poured in, to the accompaniment of a rude native band, bearing in trays upon their heads their own offerings of confectionery, fruit, and simple products, all neatly covered with snowy napkins.
They removed some coin trays from inside before running southwest from the store.
The armed men took some coin trays from inside before running out of the store.
86 The prevalence of such trays is linked to the husked food items included in early Ruvu diets.
Fat, happy tomatoes that have never known the horror of chemicals glide out on trays from the studio’s new vegan café — which feels more like a cathedral, with its chandeliers and stained-glass windows and sandwiches named after great, unspecified powers (“The Creator,” “The Preserver,” “The Muse”).
Amid the palm fronds and the blue and gray swirls of color in the marble columns were the slot and racehorse machines, ringing with light, their dull pewterlike coin trays offering silent promise to the glad at heart.
Cheaper printers tend to have single-sheet multipurpose trays, which isn't much good if you do large runs on non-standard media.