There are 2 definitions of Bordeaux in English:

Bordeaux1

Line breaks: Bor|deaux
Pronunciation: /bɔːˈdəʊ
 
, bɔʀdo/
A port of SW France on the River Garonne, capital of Aquitaine; population 235,878 (2006). It is a centre of the wine trade.

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There are 2 definitions of Bordeaux in English:

Bordeaux2

Line breaks: Bor|deaux
Pronunciation: /bɔːˈdəʊ
 
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noun (plural same /-ˈdəʊz/)

[mass noun]
A red, white, or rosé wine from the district of Bordeaux.
More example sentences
  • The price is ridiculous, thanks to the deep unfashionability of dry Bordeaux white wine.
  • Dry Bordeaux white wine is a hugely overlooked phenomenon, but it is a star on the rise.
  • It directly marketed vintage Bordeaux and personalised champagne to the Irish market.

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