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noun [U] uk   /mɑːˈsɑː.lə/  us   /mɑːrˈsɑː.lɑː/
a strong, dark wine that is drunk when eating sweet dishes and is used in cooking
Translations of “Marsala”
in Chinese (Traditional) 馬沙拉白葡萄酒…
in Chinese (Simplified) 马色拉白葡萄酒…
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