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tray

 [tra]
a flat-surfaced utensil for the conveyance of various objects or material.

tray

(trā),
A flat receptacle with raised edges.

tray

(tra) a flat-surfaced utensil for the conveyance of various objects or material.
impression tray  a contoured container to hold the material for making an impression of the teeth and associated structures.

tray

(trā)
A flat receptacle with raised edges.
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