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wine cellar

n.
1. A place for storing wine.
2. A stock of wines.

wine cellar

n
1. (Brewing) a place, such as a dark cool cellar, where wine is stored
2. (Brewing) the stock of wines stored there

wine′ cel`lar


n.
1. a cellar for the storage of wine.
2. the wine stored there.
[1325–75]
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Noun1.wine cellar - storage space where wines are storedwine cellar - storage space where wines are stored
storage space - the area in any structure that provides space for storage
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