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The best wine for drinking with caviar is champagne. Times, Sunday Times (2010) Champagne and caviar or red wine and roast beef? Times, Sunday Times (2015)To finish there were various other fish and peppered caviar. SPICE: The History of a Temptation (2004)The machine dispenses tins and glass jars of red salmon caviar or roe. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Its 5,000 baskets include caviar and champagne. The Sun (2012)And then you sat in the back of the Rolls and were served caviar and champagne. Times, Sunday Times (2013)No man's land is less than a mile wide and contains a handful of stalls selling fish and caviar. Times, Sunday Times (2014)It's a life of lobster, caviar and the finest bubbly. The Sun (2013)Indeed, she is not much interested in anything you can't eat with a caviar spoon. Times, Sunday Times (2010)He would, particularly in the early days, ply me with champagne and caviar. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Caviar and champagne, too, but mainly lobsters. Times, Sunday Times (2009)The latter is the lipstick Usain Bolt who eats caviar and is a friend of oligarchs and presidents. Times, Sunday Times (2012)I eat lots of caviar. Times, Sunday Times (2012)If you are worried about how to afford all that caviar, lobster and truffle, you are chasing the wrong demographic. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Then you will go on to Cape Town while eating as much caviar and drinking as much champagne as you can manage. The Sun (2008)A World Cup should be about champagne and caviar. Times, Sunday Times (2011)
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Used Occasionally. caviar is one of the 30000 most commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Translations for 'caviar'
British English: caviar NOUN
Caviar is the salted eggs of a fish called a sturgeon.
Definition of caviar from the Collins English Dictionary
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