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decanter
American English: /dəˈkæn(t)ər/
British English: /dɪˈkantə/

Translation of decanter in Spanish:

noun

  • Example sentences
    • Of special interest to Irish collectors will be a number of silver wine labels and glass decanters by Irish makers.
    • Another butler brought out a silver tray laden with a crystal decanter and two wine glasses.
    • Glass bottles were used as decanters for carrying wine to table, but not for storage because they were too fragile.

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