A shallow flat receptacle with a raised edge or rim, used for carrying, holding, or displaying articles.(noun)
A shallow flat receptacle with its contents: took the patient a dinner tray. (noun)
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Use "tray" in a sentence
"*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."