champers


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champers

(ˈʃæmpəz)
n
(Brewing) a slang name for champagne
Translations

champers

[ˈʃæmpəz] N (hum) → champán m

champers

[ˈʃæmpərz] n (= champagne) → champ m

champers

n (dated Brit inf) → Schampus m (inf)

champers

[ˈʃæmpəz] nsg (Brit) (fam) → sciampagnino
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Package incl champers each night with canapes, three course dinner, cheeseboard and port.