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"The cup"

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What's the difference between "Taza" and "Copa"?

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In kitchen taza=cup. It is what you use to drink tea, coffe, milk... Glass=copa, vaso. Both are recipients usually made of glass, but the copa has a feet, like balloon glass.

In a championship cup=copa, what you win when you win a championship is a copa (sometimes a medalla ;) )

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