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Translation of "brandy" - English-Spanish dictionary

brandy

noun   /ˈbræn·di/ ( plural brandies)
a strong alcoholic drink made from wine brandy
(Definition of brandy from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

brandy

noun /ˈbrӕndi/ ( plural brandies)
a type of strong alcoholic spirit made from wine coñac Brandy is usually drunk after dinner a glass of brandy.
(Definition of brandy from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “brandy”
in Korean 브랜디…
in Arabic مَشْروب البرانْدي…
in Malaysian brandi…
in French brandy…
in Russian бренди, коньяк…
in Chinese (Traditional) 白蘭地…
in Italian brandy…
in Turkish kanyak, brendi…
in Polish koniak, brandy…
in Vietnamese rượu mạnh…
in Portuguese conhaque…
in Thai บรั่นดี…
in German der Weinbrand…
in Catalan brandi…
in Japanese ブランデー…
in Chinese (Simplified) 白兰地…
in Indonesian brendi…
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