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They had a carafe of white wine which had not much flavour but was cool and refreshing. Ferrars, Elizabeth COME AND BE KILLED (2002)He poured himself some water from a carafe on the desk and gulped it down. Adam, Paul A NASTY DOSE OF DEATH (2002)She held a coffee cup out to him and he saw the room-service tray with a coffee carafe on the bureau next to the TV. Chuck Logan ABSOLUTE ZERO (2002)

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Translations for 'carafe'

British English: carafe /kəˈræf; -ˈrɑːf/ NOUN
A carafe is a glass container in which you serve water or wine.
He ordered a carafe of wine.
  • American English: carafe
  • Arabic: غَرَّافَة
  • Brazilian Portuguese: jarra de vidro
  • Chinese: 玻璃水瓶
  • Croatian: vrč
  • Czech: karafa
  • Danish: karaffel
  • Dutch: karaf
  • European Spanish: garrafa
  • Finnish: karahvi
  • French: carafe
  • German: Karaffe
  • Greek: καράφα
  • Italian: caraffa
  • Japanese: カラフ
  • Korean: 유리 물병
  • Norwegian: karaffel
  • Polish: karafka
  • European Portuguese: jarra de vidro
  • Romanian: carafă
  • Russian: графин
  • Latin American Spanish: garrafa
  • Swedish: karaff
  • Thai: ขวดชนิดหนึ่งที่ใส่น้ำดื่มหรือไวน์เพื่อเสิร์ฟที่โต๊ะอาหาร
  • Turkish: sürahi
  • Ukrainian: карафа
  • Vietnamese: bình miệng rộng

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