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bouquet

noun uk   /bʊˈkeɪ/ /bəʊ-/  us   /boʊ-/

bouquet noun (FLOWERS)

[C] a group of flowers that have been fastened together and attractively arranged so that they can be given as a present or carried on formal occasions: a bouquet of flowers Chris sent me a lovely bouquet when I was sick.

bouquet noun (SMELL)

[C or U] specialized food & drink the characteristic smell of a wine or liqueur : This wine has a rich, oaky bouquet.
Translations of “bouquet”
in Arabic باقة…
in Korean 부케, 꽃다발…
in Malaysian jambak, bau wangian wain…
in French bouquet…
in Turkish çiçek demeti, buket…
in Italian bouquet, mazzo di fiori…
in Chinese (Traditional) 花, 花束…
in Russian букет…
in Polish bukiet…
in Vietnamese bó hoa, hương vị rượu…
in Spanish ramo, ramillete, buqué…
in Portuguese ramalhete, buquê…
in Thai ช่อดอกไม้, กลิ่นของไวน์…
in German das Bukett, die Blume…
in Catalan ram…
in Japanese 花束, ブーケ…
in Indonesian seikat bunga, bau anggur…
in Chinese (Simplified) 花, 花束…
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