|part of speech:
||a drinking glass that has a flat bottom and does not have a handle or stem.
||someone who performs somersaults, leaps, and other acrobatic or gymnastic exercises or stunts.
||the part in a lock that moves, releasing the bolt, when the key is turned.
||a revolving drum in which objects are placed to be dried, polished, cleaned, or the like.
||in the UK, a unit of capacity equal to one half of a pint, two gills, 10 fluid ounces, or 284.1312 milliliters.