Definición de chateau en inglés:

chateau

Saltos de línea: chat|eau
Pronunciación: /ˈʃatəʊ
 
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(also château /ˈʃatəʊ, ʃato/)

sustantivo (plural chateaux or chateaus pronunc. igual or /-təʊz/)

  • A large French country house or castle, often giving its name to wine made in its neighbourhood: [in names]: Château Margaux
    Más ejemplos en oraciones
    • While most Sauvignon Blanc wines from Bordeaux are consumed within a few years of the vintage, the dry and sweet wines from the great chateaux can age for decades.
    • Can you imagine the uproar if Château Lafite started adding other châteaux's wine to cope with increased demand?
    • For the third time in 150 years, the vineyards of France were witness to war and the French vignerons and chateaux owners once again set about their wartime tasks.

Origen

mid 18th century: French, from Old French chastel (see castle).

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