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champagnenoun [U]

uk   us   /ʃæmˈpeɪn/ (UK old-fashioned informal champers)
A2 an ​expensivewhite or ​pink fizzy (= with ​bubbles)wine made in the Champagne ​area of ​Eastern France, or, more ​generally, any ​similarwine. Champagne is often ​drunk to ​celebrate something: We always ​celebrateourweddinganniversary 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 ​paleyellow or ​pink, ​bubblywine made in France, or a ​similarwine from ​somewhereelse: The ​newlyweds were ​toasted with champagne.
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Traducciones de “champagne”
en coreano 샴페인…
en árabe شَمْبانيا…
in Malaysian champagne…
en francés champagne…
en ruso шампанское…
en chino (tradicionál) 香檳酒…
en italiano champagne…
en turco şampanya…
en polaco szampan…
en español champán, champaña…
in Vietnamese rượu sâm banh…
en portugués champanhe…
in Thai แชมเปญ…
en alemán der Sekt…
en catalán xampany…
en japonés シャンパン…
en chino (simplificado) 香槟酒…
in Indonesian sampanye…
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