音标：[ 'sɔ:sə ] 发音:
- He asseverated that he had seen a flying saucer ...
- Do n't tip your tea into the saucer .
- I hope they'll remember her saucer of milk at tea-time .
- Mrs. corney rose to get another cup and saucer from the closet .
- There was quite a pile of saucers now on the table in front of me .
- See how many cups and saucers we havebut don't count in the cracked ones .
- "what's this?" said miss ophelia, holding up the saucer of pomade .
- She heard of the gentle tinkling of teaspoons, and musical clatter of cups and saucers .
- Mrs. pegler's cup, rattling against her saucer as she held it, denoted some nervousness on her part .
- Much of the european continent in that area is a lowlying, soggy saucer almost like everglades, spreading over thousands of square miles .
- a disk used in throwing competitions
- directional antenna consisting of a parabolic reflector for microwave or radio frequency radiation
同义词：dish, dish aerial, dish antenna,
- a small shallow dish for holding a cup at the table
- something with a round shape resembling a flat circular plate; "the moon''s disk hung in a cloudless sky"
A saucer is a type of small dishware. While in the Middle Ages a saucer was used for serving condiments and sauces,Webster's Dictionary, currently the term is used to denote a small plate or shallow bowl that supports a cup ? usually one used to serve coffee or tea (see teacup).