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wine·glass

 (wīn′glăs′)
n.
A glass, usually with a stem, from which wine is drunk.
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wineglass

(ˈwaɪnˌɡlɑːs)
n
1. (Ceramics) a glass drinking vessel, typically having a small bowl on a stem, with a flared foot
2. (Brewing) Also called: wineglassful the amount that such a glass will hold
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wine•glass

(ˈwaɪnˌglæs, -ˌglɑs)

n.
a stemmed drinking glass in which wine is served.
[1700–10]
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.wineglass - a glass that has a stem and in which wine is servedwineglass - a glass that has a stem and in which wine is served
champagne flute, flute glass, flute - a tall narrow wineglass
drinking glass, glass - a container for holding liquids while drinking
shank, stem - cylinder forming a long narrow part of something
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Translations
sklenice na víno
vinglas
viinilasi
čaša za vino
ワイングラス
와인잔
vinglas
แก้วไวน์
cốc uống rượu vang

wineglass

[ˈwaɪnglɑːs] Ncopa f (de vino)
Collins Spanish Dictionary - Complete and Unabridged 8th Edition 2005 © William Collins Sons & Co. Ltd. 1971, 1988 © HarperCollins Publishers 1992, 1993, 1996, 1997, 2000, 2003, 2005

wineglass

[ˈwaɪnˌglɑːs] nbicchiere m da vino
Collins Italian Dictionary 1st Edition © HarperCollins Publishers 1995

wineglass

زُجَاجَةُ الـخَمْر sklenice na víno vinglas Weinglas ποτήρι κρασιού copa de vino viinilasi verre à vin čaša za vino bicchiere da vino ワイングラス 와인잔 wijnglas vinglass kieliszek do wina copo de vinho, taça de vinho бокал vinglas แก้วไวน์ şarap kadehi cốc uống rượu vang 葡萄酒杯
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References in classic literature ?
In the North Sea lies a dead sea-cat-- that shall be their roast meat; and the rib of a whale--that shall be their silver spoon; and the hollow foot of a dead horse--that shall be their wineglass.'
The Dragon-made a face, and growled again three times, 'Hum, hum, hum,' and said to the third, 'Do you know what your wineglass shall be?'
Jasper, in the act of yawning behind his wineglass, puts down that screen and calls up a look of interest.
'Durdles is come, sir!' He promptly draws forth and fills the third wineglass, as being now claimed, and replies, 'Show Durdles in.'
There are three clean wineglasses in a tray on the table.
"They have done a foolish thing," said I, fingering my wineglass. "They are dangerous because, no doubt, they are mad with terror.
Sabin looked at him coolly, and fingered his wineglass.
My mouth seemed fire; a pungent flavor filled my nostrils; the wineglass felt cold against my teeth.
This wineglass has been smashed all over the place, but one of its splinters lies on the high bracket beside the mantelpiece.
"I am quite of your opinion," replied Nicholas, flaming up, turning his plate round and moving his wineglasses about with as much decision and desperation as though he were at that moment facing some great danger.
And now, on the top of this, comes the incident of the wineglasses."
As one might expect at a wedding reception, there is evidence of plenty of alcohol at the event, with beer bottles (probably of the Yuengling brand) and wineglasses visible in the pictures.