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"vaso" is not limited to a drinking glass, it refers to any concave recipient. Same etymology as vase and vessel. "Zonas" plural implies either pools or basins. And I would like to have a vaso de vino now, but it's almost 2:00 AM here so I'm going to bed.
Hi Sonia. Either Noni is correct as regards some AT programme or whoever wrote this had a 'vaso' or bucketful of something far stronger than water. Might it have something to do with plastic or styrofoam drinking glasses?
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Can't find a more technical word, with the "pool area" being the zona de baños.
Noni Gilbert Spain Local time: 03:53 Specializes in field Native speaker of: English PRO pts in category: 128