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eau de co·logne

 (ō′ də kə-lōn′)
n. pl. eaux de cologne (ō′, ōz′)

[French eau de Cologne; see cologne.]

eau de Cologne

(əʊ də kəˈləʊn)
n
See cologne
[French, literally: water of Cologne]

co•logne

(kəˈloʊn)

n.
a mildly perfumed toilet water; eau de Cologne. Also called Cologne′ wa`ter.
[1810–15; short for Cologne water, made in Cologne since 1709]
co•logned′, adj.

Co•logne

(kəˈloʊn)

n.
a city in W Germany. 966,000. German, Köln.
perfume, eau de toilette, cologne, eau de cologne - Perfume or parfum is 20–40% oil and the highest concentration; eau de toilette is 10–18% oil, and cologne or eau de cologne is 3–9% oil.
See also related terms for perfume.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.eau de cologne - a perfumed liquid made of essential oils and alcohol
perfume, essence - a toiletry that emits and diffuses a fragrant odor
Translations

eau de Cologne

[ˈəʊdəkəˈləʊn] N(agua f de) colonia f

eau de Cologne

[ˌəʊdəkəˈləʊn] neau f de Cologne

eau de Cologne

eau de Cologne

[ˈəʊdəkəˈləʊn] nacqua di colonia
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To house his composition, Pierre-Francois-Pascal commissioned his glassmaker to produce the celebrated flacon decorated with bees, a symbol of the Empire, which would subsequently become the model for all Guerlain Eaux de Cologne.
colognes, often referred to as eaux de cologne, have a 3-5% concentration of essence