Definition of cold duck in English:

cold duck

Syllabification: cold duck

noun

  • A type of sparkling wine made from red wine and champagne.
    More example sentences
    • At breakfast the next day, Nefrit brought her a tray with bread and some cold duck.
    • Especially right after lunch when they're all tanked up on Jesus, shrimp cocktail, cheap cold duck, onion dip, and baby-back ribs.

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