tray[ trey ]SEE DEFINITION OF tray
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR TRAY
Every bowl, tray, warming-pan, and piggin has gone to the mines.
Then she sat down at the table near the door, with the tray in front of her.
There is a letter in the tray—just a name, no address on it.
Lizzie, carrying a tray of dishes, came into the hall as he opened the door.
He went out and Miss Woodville came soon with food on a tray.
But she left the tray, and when she returned for it an hour later she had only a few words to say.
We can make them look very dainty, on a tray, and the waitress can bring them in.
Gertrude had just made her entrance from the dining-room, bearing a tray.
When I came back the tray had been swept clean and the teapot emptied.
I declined the tray; so he placed it on his own knees, to act as a miniature table.