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Definition of wine box in English:

noun

A square carton of wine with a dispensing tap.
Example sentences
  • In a simple but chilling display of the effects of the change of pressure, the bag from the inside of a wine box was floated up, compressed to a third of its original volume, gradually emerging unscathed at the surface.
  • But a lifestyle assistant won't listen as you harp on about your partner's snoring, and is unlikely to show up at three am, armed with a wine box.
  • Drinkers in the 1970s quickly came to the conclusion that Chianti was not up to much - particularly when compared to the miraculous push button technology of the wine box.

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