Definición de sherry en inglés:

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sherry

Pronunciación: /ˈʃɛri/

sustantivo (plural sherries)

[mass noun]
A fortified wine originally and mainly from southern Spain: a bottle of dry sherry [as modifier]: a sherry glass [count noun]: please pour me a sherry
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • They had three type of manzanilla sherry on the wine list but none in stock and tried to fob us off with white port.
  • Drunk straight from the fridge, this delivers the colour, aroma and flavour of a dry amontillado sherry.
  • We waited an age to be served and I finally placed an order for a glass of Manzanilla sherry.

Derivados

sherried

adjetivo
Oraciones de ejemplo
  • The rib-eye steak is given extra zing with the addition of sherried peppers.
  • Mouth-filling honey and butterscotch flavors with a peppery yet sweet sherried fruit attack.
  • Your palate is at first pleasured with a sherried smoothness and then with subtle, smoky, peaty notes.

Origen

Late 16th century: alteration of archaic sherris, interpreted as plural, from Spanish (vino de) Xeres 'Xeres (wine)' (Xeres being the former name of Jerez).

Palabras que riman con sherry

beriberi, berry, BlackBerry, bury, Ceri, Derry, ferry, Gerry, jerry, Kerry, merry, perry, Pondicherry, terry, very, wherry, wolfberry

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Saltos de línea: sherry

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