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"bouquet" in British English

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bouquetnoun

uk   /buˈkeɪ/  us   /boʊˈkeɪ/
  • bouquet noun (FLOWERS)

[C] a ​group of ​flowers that have been ​fastened together and ​attractivelyarranged so that they can be given as a ​present or ​carried on ​formaloccasions: a bouquet offlowers Chris ​sent me a ​lovely bouquet when I was ​sick.
  • bouquet noun (SMELL)

[C or U] specialized food & drink the ​characteristicsmell of a ​wine or ​liqueur: This ​wine has a ​rich, ​oaky bouquet.
(Definition of bouquet from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

"bouquet" in American English

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bouquetnoun

 us   /boʊˈkeɪ, bu-/
  • bouquet noun (FLOWERS)

[C] a ​group of ​flowers that have been ​attractivelyarranged so that they can be given as a ​present or ​carried on a ​formaloccasion
  • bouquet noun (SMELL)

[U] the ​smell of something, esp. ​wine: a ​fruity bouquet
(Definition of bouquet from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “bouquet”
in Korean 부케, 꽃다발…
in Arabic باقة…
in Malaysian jambak, bau wangian wain…
in French bouquet…
in Russian букет…
in Chinese (Traditional) 花, 花束…
in Italian bouquet, mazzo di fiori…
in Turkish çiçek demeti, buket…
in Polish bukiet…
in Spanish ramo, ramillete, buqué…
in Vietnamese bó hoa, hương vị rượu…
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 Chinese (Simplified) 花, 花束…
in Indonesian seikat bunga, bau anggur…
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