Definition of 'wine'
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Example sentences containing 'wine'
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Wine merchants do not want to be known for selling them on. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Visitors can also enjoy mulled wine and hot mince pies while being entertained by carol singers. The Sun (2016)There were eight of around the other night one was drinking wine. The Sun (2017)When you get a sparkling wine made by a technician you can’t tell where it was made. Smithsonian Mag (2017)Where exactly was he when he had his fifth glass of wine? Times, Sunday Times (2016)We sat and talked then ended up watching a movie and opening a bottle of wine. The Sun (2017)Repeat this process with the remaining broth and the white wine. The Sun (2016)But it contains less sugar and fewer calories than most other alcoholic drinks, including beer and wine. The Sun (2016) Also works with wine. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Or go to a good independent wine merchant and get talking? Times, Sunday Times (2013)He was caught with homemade wine in the boot of his car. The Sun (2015)Watch with a glass of mulled wine. The Sun (2014)So can you trust the wine in your glass? Times, Sunday Times (2010)Sixty per cent of adults say they drink wine. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The idea is to put an end to sparkling wines spoilt by bad corks. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Champagne is being replaced by sparkling wine or fruit juice. Times, Sunday Times (2009)But pitiless producers are defying her wishes and are plying contestants with beer and wine. The Sun (2009)No more than half a bottle of wine each. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Only the finest wines can compete with that. Times, Sunday Times (2015)The red wine we chose from the list was not onboard. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Wine sales are also expected to be buoyant. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Making good sparkling wine and making good rosé both need particular skills. Times, Sunday Times (2007)He mentioned that his own homemade wine had gone off. The Sun (2015)They served mulled wine and the effect was magical. The Sun (2007)Not easy with a wine glass in one hand and a spatula in the other. Times, Sunday Times (2010)The group plans to export sparkling wines and beers soon. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Add the wine and lemon juice to the pot and heat until boiling. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Wine merchants are feeling the pinch too, with lots of hiring and firing. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Try swapping your wine for beer, that could help. The Sun (2013)There's no point in any fine wine merchant getting out of bed if their selection is pricey, pedestrian and limited. Times, Sunday Times (2007)
Trends of 'wine'
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Translations for 'wine'
British English: wine /waɪn/ NOUN
Wine is an alcoholic drink, usually made from grapes.
...a bottle of white wine.
- American English: wine
- Arabic: خَمْر
- Brazilian Portuguese: vinho
- Chinese: 葡萄酒
- Croatian: vino
- Czech: víno
- Danish: vin
- Dutch: wijn
- European Spanish: vino
- Finnish: viini
- French: vin
- German: Wein
- Greek: κρασί
- Italian: vino
- Japanese: ワイン
- Korean: 포도주
- Norwegian: vin
- Polish: wino
- European Portuguese: vinho
- Romanian: vin
- Russian: вино
- Spanish: vino
- Swedish: vin
- Thai: ไวน์
- Turkish: şarap
- Ukrainian: вино
- Vietnamese: rượu vang
Definition of wine from the Collins English Dictionary
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