- 1.1 [colloquial/familiar] copita (feminine) [colloquial/familiar], traguito (masculine) [colloquial/familiar]More example sentences1.2 (brandy glass) (American English/inglés norteamericano) copa (feminine) de coñac
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- On my last night I was sitting up having snifters of vodka until two in the morning with an agent.
- He stood next to the drinks cabinet, treating himself to a snifter of the local liquor, an amethyst drink that smelt faintly floral.
- Pull up a chair in front of the bar's open fire and enjoy winter snifters from an impressive whisky collection or a fine wine from a selected small grower.
- Previously, brandy snifters and Scotch nosing glasses were used to taste bourbon, as the optimal glass for this spirit had never been developed.
- My wedge of cheesecake was better than that, and so was the house chocolate sundae, served in a brandy snifter with a dense chocolate brownie at the bottom.
- These are served in 5-ounce snifters because the shape of the glass allows customers to ‘nose’ a small tasting portion better.
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