Q: Is a tray a shallow platform designed for the carrying of items? ¶
Q: Is a tray a disposable tray provided by fast food restaurants? ¶
A: Yes, and coffee shops and movie theaters.
Q: Is a tray used for carrying items in a cafeteria? ¶
Q: Are trays flat? ¶
A: Yes, but with raised edges to stop things from sliding off them.
Q: Are trays used for propagating vegetables and flowers and other plants from seed? ¶
Q: Is a tray a receptacle or device that is used to carry impression material to the mouth? ¶
A: Yes, and confine the material in apposition to the surfaces to be recorded, and control the impression material while it sets to form the impression.
Q: Are trays used to carry surgical instruments? ¶
A: Yes, and are rectangular and made of stainless steel to resist the heat of sterilization without corrosion.
Q: Is a tray a cafeteria tray designed to be used directly? ¶
A: Yes, and without dishes - it incorporates shallow compartments in which different types of food are placed.
Q: Is a tray designed to hold four disposable cups? ¶
Q: Is a tray used to cook a variety of foods in an oven? ¶
A: Yes, and including vegetables and meats such as whole chickens.