Definition of 'champagne'
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He was eager to show me the intricacies of making his various wines and champagnes. Smithsonian Mag (2017) Expensive champagne in exclusive nightclubs. Times, Sunday Times (2017)It does anyway as I hit fresh air again like a champagne cork fired at the ceiling. The Sun (2016)The pair, who posted pictures of their champagne lifestyle, were busted at their home. The Sun (2016)Provided you don't tend to eat very much and only drink champagne, wearing white will be a doddle. Times, Sunday Times (2017)For years they have been the elite of the fund management industry, enjoying colossal fees, gigantic homes and champagne lifestyles. Times, Sunday Times (2016)So is the champagne lifestyle really all it is cracked up to be? The Sun (2008)The champagne has been drunk and normality has resumed. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Rarely has a champagne house had such a disarmingly ebullient scion. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Top up with champagne or sparkling wine. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Weapons were found in his flat along with designer clothes and expensive champagne. The Sun (2008)For lemonade lolly you can enjoy a slice of the champagne lifestyle. The Sun (2009)To do this you need a good champagne or sparkling wine. The Sun (2006)Forget expensive hotels and champagne tours where coach loads of tourists pile in. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Pour the champagne or sparkling wine into a saucepan. The Sun (2011)And this is despite the fact that champagne is more expensive. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Wine and champagne had been drunk. The Sun (2010)The charm of this wine region is that you can visit the cellars of the big champagne houses and sample the bubbly. A Passion for Food (1989) Wine followed champagne, until he slid his hand under her hair to cup her neck. Times, Sunday Times (2010)The champagne corks in the Australia dressing room were ready to pop. Times, Sunday Times (2009)We need people lobbying in France with the wine manufacturers and champagne producers. Times, Sunday Times (2016)This is not a victory founded upon high salaries, bumper bonuses and a champagne lifestyle. Times, Sunday Times (2009)She had earlier got drunk during a champagne brunch which turned into an all-day binge. The Sun (2008)The prospect of champagne houses investing in England has been mooted for more than a decade. Times, Sunday Times (2015)It'll jump feet in the air like a champagne cork. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Just two special advisers received presents - champagne and wine used for official entertainment. Times, Sunday Times (2010)It's fair to say we live a champagne lifestyle on lemonade wages. The Sun (2016)My more modest room was still light and airy, finished with white orchids and champagne on ice. The Sun (2012)All white suits and champagne. The Sun (2008)Vodka is cleaner, and far lower in sugar, while white wine and champagne are the worst. Times, Sunday Times (2013)
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Translations for 'champagne'
British English: champagne /ʃæmˈpeɪn/ NOUN
Champagne is an expensive French sparkling white wine.
- American English: champagne
- Arabic: شامبانيا
- Brazilian Portuguese: champanha
- Chinese: 香槟酒
- Croatian: pjenušac
- Czech: šampaňské
- Danish: champagne
- Dutch: champagne
- European Spanish: champán
- Finnish: samppanja
- French: champagne
- German: Champagner
- Greek: σαμπάνια
- Italian: champagne
- Japanese: シャンパン
- Korean: 샴페인
- Norwegian: champagne
- Polish: szampan
- European Portuguese: champanhe
- Romanian: șampanie
- Russian: шампанское
- Spanish: champaña
- Swedish: champagne
- Thai: แชมเปญ
- Turkish: şampanya
- Ukrainian: шампанське
- Vietnamese: rượu sâm banh
Definition of champagne from the Collins English Dictionary
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