Jar ( noun , verb )

(As a noun)

Jar ( noun )

  1. A container, typically made of glass or ceramic, with a wide opening and a lid, used for storing food or other items.
  2. A small container with a lid, used for holding or preserving food, such as pickles or jam.
  3. A large container with a wide opening and a lid, used for storing or preserving liquids, such as oil or vinegar.

Origin:

Old english cierr, of germanic origin; related to dutch and german kar "tub, vat", also to carry.

Examples:

  1. She opened the jar of pickles.
  2. He filled the jar with water.
  3. The jar of cookies on the shelf.
  4. The jar of honey was in the cabinet.
  5. The jar of marmalade was on the table.

(As a verb)

Jar ( verb )

  1. A container, typically made of glass or ceramic, with a wide opening and a lid, used for storing food or other items.
  2. A small container with a lid, used for holding or preserving food, such as pickles or jam.
  3. A large container with a wide opening and a lid, used for storing or preserving liquids, such as oil or vinegar.

Origin:

Old english cierr, of germanic origin; related to dutch and german kar "tub, vat", also to carry.

Examples:

  1. She opened the jar of pickles.
  2. He filled the jar with water.
  3. The jar of cookies on the shelf.
  4. The jar of honey was in the cabinet.
  5. The jar of marmalade was on the table.
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