Definition of vino in English:

vino

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Pronunciation: /ˈviːnəʊ
 
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noun (plural vinos)

[mass noun] informal
  • Wine, typically that which is cheap or of inferior quality.
    More example sentences
    • Cook a meal for two and share it bistro-style, complete with candles, freshly picked flowers and a bottle of cheap vino!
    • One member of our party was allergic to the sulfates in cheap red vino, so she ordered a bottle of San Pellegrino.
    • Christmas Day can be a maelstrom, so don't complicate things with your choice of vino.

Origin

Spanish and Italian, 'wine'.

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