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champagnenoun [U]

uk   /ʃæmˈpeɪn/ us   /ʃæmˈpeɪn/ UK old-fashioned informal champers
A2 an expensive white or pink fizzy (= with bubbles) wine made in the Champagne area of Eastern France, or, more generally, any similar wine. Champagne is often drunk to celebrate something: We always celebrate our wedding anniversary with a bottle of champagne. The champagne corks were popping (= bottles of champagne were opened) when Guy got his new job.

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champagnenoun [U]

us   /ʃæmˈpeɪn/
a pale yellow or pink, bubbly wine made in France, or a similar wine from somewhere else: The newlyweds were toasted with champagne.
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Translations of “champagne”
in Korean 샴페인…
in Arabic شَمْبانيا…
in Malaysian champagne…
in French champagne…
in Russian шампанское…
in Chinese (Traditional) 香檳酒…
in Italian champagne…
in Turkish şampanya…
in Polish szampan…
in Spanish champán, champaña…
in Vietnamese rượu sâm banh…
in Portuguese champanhe…
in Thai แชมเปญ…
in German der Sekt…
in Catalan xampany…
in Japanese シャンパン…
in Chinese (Simplified) 香槟酒…
in Indonesian sampanye…
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