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brandy

noun [C, U]
 
 
/ˈbrændi/
a strong alcoholic drink made from wineWines and winemakingSpirits and distilling
Translations of “brandy”
in Arabic مَشْروب البرانْدي…
in Korean 브랜디…
in Malaysian brandi…
in French brandy…
in Turkish kanyak, brendi…
in Italian brandy…
in Chinese (Traditional) 白蘭地…
in Russian бренди, коньяк…
in Polish koniak, brandy…
in Vietnamese rượu mạnh…
in Spanish coñac…
in Portuguese conhaque…
in Thai บรั่นดี…
in German der Weinbrand…
in Catalan brandi…
in Japanese ブランデー…
in Indonesian brendi…
in Chinese (Simplified) 白兰地…
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