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(red, white) wine: an alcoholic drink made from grapes, often drunk with a meal
a bottle of wine

Pronunciation examples
UK: Red wine and soya cheese - the perfect taste combination!
US: I usually drink white wine with fish.
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  • "I have a bottle of wine and a corkscrew"
  • "Edward : How about wines?"
  • "Inga : But your parents specifically said no wine!"
  • "Would you like a glass of wine?"
  • "Messages in bottles are not the most reliable form of correspondence, but as my camp is patrolled by French guards, there is no shortage of empty wine bottles."
  • "Finally they let me go back into the stadium, but I was thirsty, so I went to get a glass of wine, they had only pretzels!"
  • "Bruno : Edward, some of this wine and cheese is older than you are, and much of it smells better."
  • "Curiously, the security didn't check them. I would love to share these special foods, wines and odors with you."
  • "Red, red wine, it's up to you."
  • "-No wine after 10 pm. A digestif like a brandy or Armagnac is fine."

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