Magnum

• (n.) A large wine bottle. • (n.) A bone of the carpus at the base of the third metacarpal bone.
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magnum

noun a large wine bottle for liquor or wine
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Magnum

[ice cream] Magnum is an ice cream brand owned by the British/Dutch Unilever company and sold as part of the Heartbrand line of products in most countries. ==History== The ice cream today known as Magnum was launched in Sweden in January 1989 as an upmarket ice cream for the existing Nogger brand, and it was originally manufactured by Frisk...
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Magnum

[rocket] The Magnum was a large super-heavy-lift rocket designed by NASA`s Marshall Space Flight Center during the mid-1990s. The Magnum, which never made it past the preliminary design phase, would have been a booster some 96 meters (315 feet) tall, on the scale of the Saturn V and was originally designed to carry a human expedition to Mar...
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Magnum

[roller coaster] 2010s (the years 2010 to 2019) in television. ...
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Magnum

[satellite] Magnum was a class of SIGINT spy satellites reportedly operated by the National Reconnaissance Office for the United States Central Intelligence Agency. The program remains classified, and the information that exists is speculative. It is believed that two Magnum satellites were launched from {OV|103} during the missions STS-51-...
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Magnum

[Transformers] Magnum is a fictional character in the Transformers series. ==Transformers: Timelines== Magnum was a commander of the Autobots 9 million years ago. Though the official canon does not confirm this, it is presumed that he was immediately succeeded by Optimus Prime after that Autobot had been reconstructed from the almost-destro...
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Magnum

Mag'num noun [ Neut. sing. of Latin magnus great.] 1. A large wine bottle. « They passed the magnum to one another freely.» Sir W. Scott. 2. (Anat.) A bone of the carpus at the base of the third metacarpal bone.
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magnum

A 1.5 litre bottle.
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Magnum

A big bottle that holds 1.5 litres of wine, equivalent to two full bottles. Rather fun, and wine in magnums is supposed to age better than in standard 75 cl bottles.
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Magnum

A bottle equal to two regular 750ml bottles.
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Magnum

A bottle holding 1.5 litres, the equivalent of two regular wine bottles.
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Magnum

A bottle holding 1.5 litres, the equivalent of two regular wine bottles.
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Magnum

A bottle, 1.5 liters in capacity.
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Magnum

A bottle, 1.5 liters in capacity.
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Magnum

A large bottle equivalent to two 750ml bottles.
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Magnum

A magnum is a large bottle containing the equivalent of two ordinary (75 or 80 centilitres) bottles.
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magnum

a traditional unit of volume for wine, generally equal to 2 bottles. This is now exactly 1.5 liters (about 2.114 U.S. quarts).
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Magnum

A type of fat marker used by writers, not refillable.
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Magnum

Bottle oversize with the volume of 1.5 liters or the contents of two normal bottles. A bottle of this size has been created in France as early as the 17th century. It is considered ideal for a top wine, because here the bottle aging slower, which has a very positive effect on quality. There is also a double magnum with the volume of 3 liters (4 bot...
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Magnum

Codename for Shuttle-launched geostationary ELINT (electronic intelligence) satellites designed to replace the Rhyolite/Aquacade series. After the second Magnum launch, in 1989, the codename was changed to Orion.
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Magnum

Launch of AGM-88 HARM.
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magnum

magnum A large bottle for wine, spirits, etc., twice the standard size and now usually containing one liter (formerly two quarts); the quantity of liquor held by such a bottle Related 'big, large, great' words: grand-; macro-; major-; maxi-; mega-; megalo-.
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Magnum

Magnum is a stable explosive ignited by an electric charge, and used in demolition work.
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Magnum

Magnum is a term indicating a relatively heavily loaded metallic cartridge or shotshell and, by extension, a gun safely constructed to fire it.
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