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 (rĕt′sĭ-nə, rĕt-sē′nə)
A Greek white or rosé wine flavored with pine resin.

[Modern Greek, probably from Italian resina, resin, from Latin rēsīna; see resin.]


(rɛtˈsiːnə; ˈrɛtsɪnə)
(Brewing) a Greek wine flavoured with resin
[Modern Greek, from Italian resina resin]


(rɛtˈsi nə)

a strong, resinated wine of Greece and Cyprus.
[1935–40; < Modern Greek < Medieval Latin resina resin]
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Noun1.retsina - Greek wine flavored with resin
vino, wine - fermented juice (of grapes especially)


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