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Meaning of “vineyard” - Learner’s Dictionary

vineyard

noun [C]     /ˈvɪnjəd/
an area of land where someone grows grapes (= small, green or purple fruit) for making wineWines and winemakingAreas of land where crops are grownFarms and ranches
Translations of “vineyard”
in Korean 포도밭…
in Arabic كَرْم…
in Portuguese parreiral, vinha, vinhedo…
in Catalan vinya…
in Japanese (ワイン用の)ブドウ畑…
in Italian vigneto…
in Chinese (Traditional) 葡萄園…
in Russian виноградник…
in Turkish bağ, üzüm bağı…
in Chinese (Simplified) 葡萄园…
in Polish winnica…
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