Definition of 'cellar'
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These come in all sizes and will keep your wine in ideal cellar conditions. Times, Sunday Times (2016)It has a games room and a wine cellar. Times, Sunday Times (2016)It still adds up if you chuck in the free parking and office, subsidised food and wine cellar. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The property also has a loft space, a cellar, storage space and two patio gardens. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The first wine cellar I saw was deep below the cobbled streets of Edinburgh. Times, Sunday Times (2016)She must have her garden shed and cellar keys too. The Sun (2011)She can also arrange and book cellar visits and restaurants. Times, Sunday Times (2016)It has two garages and a large cellar for storage. Times, Sunday Times (2013)They have an enormous kitchen in the cellar somewhere. Times, Sunday Times (2009)The tour of the cellars and the wine were a delight. The Sun (2010)There is ample room in the cellar for reds and whites. Times, Sunday Times (2008)They were very well dug in and had made extensive use of cellars to protect themselves. Broken Lives (1993)Who would have thought a scene involving a key and wine cellar could be so thrilling? Times, Sunday Times (2009)Will they find salt cellars on the table? Times, Sunday Times (2011)In deep cellars stocked with winter ice the temperature was kept below eight degrees. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Inca is famed for its old wine cellars converted into restaurants. The Sun (2010)Beneath the house are wine cellars, underground parking and storage space allotted to each property. Times, Sunday Times (2012)There are three bedrooms, a large back garden and a cellar which could be converted. The Sun (2013)It also provides investment wine services, bonded storage and cellar planning. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Together the two men walked across the square and the German descended steps into the cellar of a building. Man of Honour (2007)Many of these have been converted from their original use as coal stores into bedrooms, gyms or wine cellars. Times, Sunday Times (2013)The gangs usually get into the cellar of a building that is undergoing renovation work and then make a hole through the wall into neighbouring cellars. Times, Sunday Times (2013)There are saunas, wine cellars, gyms and home cinemas. Times, Sunday Times (2009)A glass trap door looks through in to the cellar from the kitchen, and a circular staircase winds its way up to the tower. Times, Sunday Times (2008)
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Translations for 'cellar'
British English: cellar /ˈsɛlə/ NOUN
A cellar is a room underneath a building.
The box of papers had been stored in a cellar at the family home.
- American English: cellar
- Arabic: قَبْو
- Brazilian Portuguese: cave
- Chinese: 地窖
- Croatian: podrum
- Czech: sklep
- Danish: kælder
- Dutch: kelder
- European Spanish: sótano almacenamiento
- Finnish: kellari
- French: cave
- German: Keller
- Greek: κελάρι
- Italian: cantina
- Japanese: 地下室
- Korean: 지하실
- Norwegian: kjeller
- Polish: piwnica
- European Portuguese: cave
- Romanian: pivniță
- Russian: погреб
- Spanish: sótano
- Swedish: källare
- Thai: ห้องใต้ดิน
- Turkish: mahzen
- Ukrainian: льох
- Vietnamese: hầm chứa
Definition of cellar from the Collins English Dictionary
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