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krater

noun kra·ter \ˈkrā-tər, krä-ˈter\

Definition of KRATER

:  a jar or vase of classical antiquity having a large round body and a wide mouth and used for mixing wine and water

Variants of KRATER

kra·ter also cra·ter \ˈkrā-tər, krä-ˈter\

Origin of KRATER

Greek kratēr — more at crater
First Known Use: circa 1736

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