Recent Examples of beaker from the Web
Order the pancake of the day, which comes with a tiny beaker of real maple syrup, or one of the breakfast sandwiches, plus a bracing glass of beet lemonade.
So then into the bowl goes a beaker of citrusy Tanqueray 10; whole sprigs of rosemary, thyme, lemongrass, cucumber, lime basil, and oranges; and then as much Q tonic as one desires.
Don't look for beakers and Bunsen burners at Parleaux Beer Lab.
Incredibly, the beakers remained undisturbed through the war.
So then into the bowl goes a beaker of citrusy Tanqueray 10
LaB Coffee and Roasters take their name to heart: the company serves their brew in beakers emblazoned with the chemical sign for caffeine.
A new exhibit at Stanford’s Cantor Arts Center (through Aug. 21) displays some of the classics: an IBM Selectric typewriter, a Chemex beaker-style coffee maker, an Olivetti portable typewriter, a chrome lounge chair designed by Mies van der Rohe.
Students used beakers and directed heat to complete experiments.
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Origin and Etymology of beaker
First Known Use: 14th centurySee Words from the same year
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