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jeroboam

noun [C] uk   /ˌdʒer.əˈbəʊ.əm/  us   /-ˈboʊ-/
a very large wine bottle that contains four or six times the usual amount: a jeroboam of champagne
Translations of “jeroboam”
in Chinese (Traditional) 大酒瓶(容量是普通酒瓶的四倍或六倍)…
in Chinese (Simplified) 大酒瓶(容量是普通酒瓶的4倍或6倍)…
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