from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A shallow flat receptacle with a raised edge or rim, used for carrying, holding, or displaying articles.
- n. A shallow flat receptacle with its contents: took the patient a dinner tray.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. Trouble; annoyance; anger.
- n. A small, typically rectangular or round, flat, rigid object upon which things are carried.
- n. A flat carrier for items being transported.
- n. The items on a full tray.
- n. A component of a device into which an item is placed for use in the device's operations.
- n. A notification area used for icons and alerts.
- v. To place items on a tray.
- v. To slide down a snow-covered hill on a tray from a cafeteria.
- v. To grieve; annoy.
- v. To betray.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. A small trough or wooden vessel, sometimes scooped out of a block of wood, for various domestic uses, as in making bread, chopping meat, etc.
- n. A flat, broad vessel on which dishes, glasses, etc., are carried; a waiter; a salver.
- n. A shallow box, generally without a top, often used within a chest, trunk, box, etc., as a removable receptacle for small or light articles.
- transitive v. To betray; to deceive.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To grieve; annoy.
- To betray.
- n. A trough, open box, or similar vessel used for different domestic and industrial purposes. Specifically
- n. A flat shallow vessel or utensil with slightly raised edges, employed for holding bread, dishes, glassware, silver, cards, etc., and for other household uses.
- n. A wide shallow coverless box of wood or cardboard, used in museums for packing and displaying specimens of natural history.
- n. A shallow and usually rectangular dish or pan of crockery ware, gutta-percha, papier-mâché, metal, or other material, used in museums for holding wet (alcoholic) specimens when these are overhauled for study, etc. Similar trays are used for ova in fish-culture, for many chemical operations, in photography, etc.
- n. A hod.
- n. A hurdle.
- n. Trouble; annoyance; anger.
- n. Deceit; stratagem.
- n. Same as trey.
- n. The third branch, snag, or point of a deer's antler.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. an open receptacle for holding or displaying or serving articles or food
*offurs Picolol a tray of fresh sardines awna silvur tray*
*hands Nativeca66 a silber tray wif truffles set in paper cups wif paw prints on them, and a glass dome ober teh tray*
Since the tray is a smaller version of the superbar, that means that you can put more stuff their in the same amount of room.
Then add water until the tray is about three-fourths full and finish freezing.
Since the tray is a wire mesh, the computer has the most ventilation it could possibly have.
The tea tray is a always a perfect centerpiece because there is an endless selection of teapot styles.
I really like the shapes and the tray is just as easy to use as a hard plastic tray, since you simply peel back the tray to release the ice cubes.
The cause of this not-minimize-to-system tray, is the new guidelines by Microsoft for the Win7 superbar.
Keyboard tray is going to be shaky .. very long for the single arm holding it.
I suppose this new version of prism might add some useful functionality, though, namely the ability to minimize to the tray, but my tray is definitely cluttered enough as is!