Definición de flagon en inglés:

flagon

Saltos de línea: flagon
Pronunciación: /ˈflaɡ(ə)n
 
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sustantivo

1A large container in which drink is served, typically with a handle and spout: a silver flagon
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • He pulled another long drink from his flagon.
  • He drank deeply from his flagon, set it down once more.
  • Since he is not drinking himself and the flagon is half-empty, it is not likely to be her first glassful.
1.1The amount of liquid held in a flagon: a flagon of beer
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  • As an actor, no, I cannot do without the words of a writer (or a flagon of booze to keep me going each day).
  • After that came the famous Valenti pork shank, an imposing haunch of meat, braised in whole flagons of wine, supported by garden vegetables and a mound of polenta.
  • Still, a couple of flagons of Merlot soothed her somewhat.
1.2A container similar to a flagon used to hold the wine for the Eucharist.
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Refined worship called for matched sets of flagons for pouting communion wine, and cups or beakers for drinking it.
1.3A large bottle in which wine or cider is sold, typically holding 1.13 litres (about 2 pints).
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  • Made in co-operatives, it is bottled in 5-l flagons and sold in bars and cafés.
  • And the drinking games were being played using a super-strong lager that came in flagons from the nearby brewery.
Sinónimos
jug, vessel, container, bottle, carafe, flask, decanter, mug, tankard, ewer, pitcher, crock, demijohn
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Origen

late Middle English: from Old French flacon, based on late Latin flasco, flascon-, of unknown origin. Compare with flask.

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