claret

  1. a dark purplish red
  2. dry red Bordeaux or Bordeaux-like wine

Claret

• (n.) The name first given in England to the red wines of Medoc, in France, and afterwards extended to all the red Bordeaux wines. The name is also given to similar wines made in the United States.
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claret

red Bordeaux noun dry red Bordeaux or Bordeaux-like wine
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Claret

Clar'et (klăr'ĕt) noun [ Middle English claret , clare , clarry , Old French claret , claré , from cler , French clair , clear, from Latin clarus clear. See Clear .] The name first given in England to the red wines of Médo...
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Claret

a dry red wine from Bordeaux France.
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CLARET

acronym: Cloud Lidar and Radar Exploratory Test
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Claret

An English name for red Bordeaux.
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Claret

British name for Bordeaux wine
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Claret

British name for Bordeaux wine. Is also a semi-generic term for a red wine in similar style to that of Bordeaux.
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claret

claret From 1398, 'light-colored wine', from Old French claret, 'clear (wine), light-colored red wine', from Latin clarus, 'clear'. The meeaning 'red wine of Bordeaux' was first attested in 1700.
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Claret

Claret is British slang for blood.
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claret

claret: see wine.
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Claret

Common name for the red wines of Bordeaux.
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Claret

Common name, especially in Britain, for the red wines of Bordeaux.
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Claret

Properly, the English term for the red wines of Bordeaux, but more commonly the term for any light red wine.
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claret

the name the English use when referring to the red wines of Bordeaux.
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Claret

The traditional English term for red Bordeaux wine. Generically it refers to a full bodied dry red wine.
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claret

[n] - dry red Bordeaux or Bordeaux-like wine 2. [n] - a dark purplish red 3. [v] - drink claret
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