One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
A revolving stand or tray on a table, used especially for holding condiments.
- ‘They didn't - but even if they had, they would have been tripped up by an expensive automated-distribution system that included a freezer case with a 100-foot-long, computerized lazy Susan that froze at cold temperatures.’
- ‘Note the corner cabinet in the far right under the counter; if you were to open this door, you'd find three tiers of a lazy Susan inside, for easier access to cookware.’
- ‘A potters wheel or lazy Susan is helpful when working with 3 - D objects; this allows you to maneuver the object without touching any wet paint.’
- ‘The one cool thing is that there is a large lazy Susan in one of the lower cabinets.’
- ‘Four beers are served in five-ounce Pilsner glasses on a rotating tray resembling a lazy Susan for $4 (a buck each).’
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