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Pronunciation: /vã
 
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noun (plural pronounced same)

[mass noun, usually with modifier]
French wine: vin rouge
More example sentences
  • Other kinds of sweet wine are forms of fortified wines and ripaso-style wines, such as vin santo or succulent tawny ports.
  • You didn't think we'd toss off the idea to serve wines like moscato and vin santo, then leave you hanging, did you?
  • We admit to enjoying a glass or two of vin blanc and/or vin rouge of an evening.

Origin

French, literally 'wine'.

Words that rhyme with vin

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