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Definition of "bordeaux" []

  • A port in SW France, on the River Garonne: a major centre of the wine trade. Pop: 235 878 (2006) (noun)
  • Any of several red, white, or rosé wines produced around Bordeaux (noun)

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Use "bordeaux" in a sentence
  • "It's not gravel like in bordeaux, and it's not sloped for better sun exposure like in Alto Adige."
  • "Tickets, $185 $135 if you enter the code "bordeaux", $250 for V.I.P."
  • "Picture taking highlights include: The Grosse Cloche, Saint Andre Cathedral, Mirror of Water and the Parliament building.www. bordeaux-tourisme.com"
  • "Tickets, $185 $135 if you enter the code "bordeaux", $250 for V.I.P."
  • "While GSI was here, on a whim, I took us to See Eyewear, where we spotted the most divine frames — bordeaux and turquoise."