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table wine

n.
An unfortified wine that is usually served with food.

table wine

n
(Brewing) a wine considered suitable for drinking with a meal

ta′ble wine`


n.
wine that is usu. served with food and contains not more than 14 percent alcohol.
[1820–30]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.table wine - wine containing not more than 14 percent alcohol usually served with a mealtable wine - wine containing not more than 14 percent alcohol usually served with a meal
vino, wine - fermented juice (of grapes especially)
vin ordinaire - cheap French table wine of unspecified origin
Translations
stolní víno
bordvin
pöytäviini
stolno vino
テーブルワイン
식탁용 포도주
bordsvin
เหล้าราคาถูก
rượu vang thường

table wine

nvino da tavola

table wine

خَمْر stolní víno bordvin Tafelwein επιτραπέζιος οίνος vino de mesa pöytäviini vin de table stolno vino vino da tavola テーブルワイン 식탁용 포도주 tafelwijn bordvin wino stołowe vinho de mesa столовое вино bordsvin เหล้าราคาถูก yemeklik şarap rượu vang thường 餐酒
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