Definition for TRAY

TRAY, n. [Sw. trĂ¥g, Sax. trog, Dan. trug, a trough. It is the same word as trough, differently written; L. trua.]

A small trough or wooden vessel, sometimes scooped out of a piece of timber and made hollow, used for making bread in, chopping meat, and other domestic purposes.

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