Wine - definition, pronunciation, transcription

Amer.  |waɪn|  American pronunciation of the word wine
Brit.  |waɪn|  British pronunciation of the word wine

noun

- fermented juice (of grapes especially) (syn: vino)
- a red as dark as red wine (syn: wine-colored, wine-coloured)

verb

- drink wine
- treat to wine

Examples

apple, blueberry, and other fruit wines

Good wine needs no (ivy) bush. посл.

Our relatives in Italy wined and dined us for a week

We keep our wine collection down in the basement.

Should we open another bottle of wine?

The wine ages in oak barrels.

The wine is aged in oak barrels.

It costs $10 for a single glass of wine!

The wine industry is of prime importance to the California economy.

Red wine would have been a more appropriate choice with the meal.

The bar is stocked with beer, wine and liquor.

This wine goes well with food, but is also very good alone.

I was hoping that they would serve us something more substantial than wine and cheese.

We drank a bottle of wine.

...a wine that is sure to pleasure even the most discriminating palate...

Word forms

noun
singular: wine
plural: wines
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