Definition of 'bouquet'
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Example sentences containing 'bouquet'
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That is not to be sniffed at, unlike the bouquet of flowers he received. The Sun (2017)Think of the cost of a few bouquets of flowers - expensive and temporary, but surely worth it. Times, Sunday Times (2016)A bouquet of flowers, on the other hand, is something it does send. Times, Sunday Times (2017)Moments earlier a bouquet of white roses and lilies were delivered to the house. The Sun (2010)They bring her potted plants and floral bouquets. Christianity Today (2000)Luck arrives carrying a bouquet of red roses. The Sun (2011)Nice floral bouquet and light pink colour. Thorsons Organic Wine Guide (1991)Few songs failed to hammer home the message that life is rarely a bouquet of roses. Times, Sunday Times (2011) Floral bouquets and messages have been placed at the site where the schoolgirl died. Times, Sunday Times (2015)She was parked illegally but only planned to hand over a bouquet of flowers and spend ten minutes inside. Times, Sunday Times (2010)With a dark green colour and a bouquet of wild flowers the body of the wine lasts well in the mouth. Thorsons Organic Wine Guide (1991)When the concert was finished, he had a huge bouquet of flowers delivered to me backstage. Times, Sunday Times (2011)It was empty yesterday, but one woman arrived with a bouquet of flowers. Times, Sunday Times (2014)It's a little bit like holding up a bouquet of flowers in a gunfight. Times, Sunday Times (2015)First Lady receives bouquet of red roses. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Very pronounced floral bouquet, appealing sweet fruit and retaining a lightness that enhances the overall flavour. Thorsons Organic Wine Guide (1991)Some acidity and a lightly floral bouquet make it open, mellow and friendly. Thorsons Organic Wine Guide (1991)I was given a letter of apology and a large bouquet of flowers. Times, Sunday Times (2010)BA has apologised and sent you a bouquet of flowers. Times, Sunday Times (2009)With her would be opera glasses, sweets and a bouquet of the flowers for which she was identified. Times, Sunday Times (2009)He has been so much abroad, where it is such a common compliment to send bouquets to young ladies. Wives and Daughters (1864)Classical sculptures, chandeliers, great bouquets of red roses in crystal vases. Times, Sunday Times (2015)
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Translations for 'bouquet'
British English: bouquet /ˈbuːkeɪ/ NOUN
flowers A bouquet is a bunch of flowers arranged in an attractive way.
...a bouquet of red roses.
- American English: bouquet
- Arabic: بَاقَة
- Brazilian Portuguese: buquê
- Chinese: 花束
- Croatian: buket
- Czech: kytice
- Danish: buket
- Dutch: boeket
- European Spanish: ramo
- Finnish: kukkakimppu
- French: bouquet
- German: Strauß Blumen
- Greek: μπουκέτο
- Italian: mazzo di fiori
- Japanese: ブーケ
- Korean: 꽃다발
- Norwegian: bukett
- Polish: bukiet
- European Portuguese: ramo de flores
- Romanian: buchet
- Russian: букет
- Spanish: ramo
- Swedish: bukett
- Thai: ช่อดอกไม้
- Turkish: buket
- Ukrainian: букет
- Vietnamese: bó hoa
British English: bouquet NOUN
smell The bouquet of something, especially wine, is the pleasant smell that it has.
...a wine with a light red color and a bouquet of cloves.
Definition of bouquet from the Collins English Dictionary
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