sippy cup

sippy cup
sippy cup 8 [sippy cup] [ˈsɪpi kʌp] [ˈsɪpi kʌp] noun (NAmE, informal)
a cup with a lid that has holes in it so that a baby can suck liquid from it

The baby was drinking milk from a sippy cup.

Useful english dictionary. 2012.

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