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Significado de “wine” - Diccionario Inglés

Significado de "wine" - Diccionario Inglés

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winenoun [C or U]

uk   /waɪn/  us   /waɪn/
A1 an ​alcoholicdrink that is usually made from grapes, but can also be made from other ​fruits or ​flowers. It is made by fermenting the ​fruit with ​water and ​sugar: a wine ​cellar/​connoisseur/​cooler/​glass red/​white/​dry/​sweet/​sparkling/​table wine Let's have a bottle/​glass of wine with ​dinner. I ​love Australian wines, ​especially the ​white wines. Would you like to ​see the wine list, ​sir?

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wineverb

uk   /waɪn/  us   /waɪn/
wine and dine sb
to ​entertain someone by giving them ​food and ​drinks: The ​surveyconcludes that most women like to be wined and ​dined on the first few ​dates.
(Definition of wine from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

Significado de "wine" - Diccionario Inglés Americano

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winenoun

 us   /wɑɪn/
an ​alcoholicdrink made from ​grapes, or less ​commonly an ​alcoholicdrink made in a ​similar way but from other ​fruits: [U] a ​glass of ​red/​white wine [C] California wines
(Definition of wine from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Traducciones de “wine”
en coreano 와인, 포도주…
en árabe نَبيذ…
in Malaysian wain…
en francés vin…
en ruso вино…
en chino (tradicionál) 葡萄酒, 果酒…
en italiano vino…
en turco şarap…
en polaco wino…
en español vino…
in Vietnamese rượu…
en portugués vinho…
in Thai เหล้าไวน์, เหล้าองุ่น…
en alemán der Wein…
en catalán vi…
en japonés ワイン…
en chino (simplificado) 葡萄酒, 果酒…
in Indonesian anggur…
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“wine” in British English

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