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American English: /waɪn/
British English: /wʌɪn/

Translation of wine in Spanish:


uncountable and countable
  • 1.1 (beverage) her lips were like wine [literary]
    sus labios eran como la miel [literary]
    he spent his inheritance on wine, women and song
    se gastó la herencia en juerga, vino y mujeres
    to put new wine in old bottles (Bible)
    echar vino nuevo en pellejos viejos
    (before noun) (bottle/cask)
    de vino
    wine merchant (British English)
    vinatero, (-ra) (masculine, feminine)
    wine taster
    catador, (-dora) (masculine, feminine)
    (de vinos)
    wine therapy wine tourism
    Example sentences
    • The fine-wine merchant is the place to go if you want to buy and cellar great vintage wines.
    • He poured the sparkling red wine into a glass at a small table with two chairs around it.
    • For other cheesy dishes, a light, fruity red wine is sometimes better.
    1.2 (color)
    rojo (masculine) granate
    (before noun)
    rojo granate invariable adjective

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