what's the difference between vase and vase

What's the difference between vase and vase?
I've heard it's the cost of the item / true or false ?
19:38 Wed 27th Jun 2007
 
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false. we say tomato, they say tumaytah. it's simply a dialect difference thats all.
A "vaze' costs around five pounds: a 'vahze' is a lot more expensive.
And goodness knows what a 'vawz' - the third possible pronunciation and most up-market of the three - would set you back!
i put flowers in my vase.
it's true, in that posh (hence wealthier people who pay more for stuff) pronounce it one way, and us plebs the other.
ones american ones british

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