Translation of carafe in Spanish:

carafe

garrafa, n.

Pronunciation: /kəˈraf//kəˈrɑːf//kəˈræf//kəˈrɑf/

noun

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    (for wine) garrafa feminine
    • I recommend it wholeheartedly as a place to dip into for garlicky escargot, a carafe of wine, and now, that fantastic burger.
    • Dressed in a modern lounge suit and armed only with a carafe of water, he breezes through this enormous recital without seeming to break sweat.
    • We slug down carafes of water and gallons of red house wine.
    • He quickly returned with a tray bearing a small carafe of absinthe, a large carafe of ice water and a box of sugar cubes.
    • They are quaffed in carafes in restaurants for a euro or two, and are the backbone of the fill-your-own plastic container wine shops dotted around rural France.
    • Everyone was eating pizza and drinking carafes of red wine.
    • One and a half hours later and after four carafes of iced water I finished it.
    • Most up-to-date machines brew coffee directly into thermal pots, helping rid restaurants of burnt coffee, the products of sitting too long in a glass carafe on a hot plate.
    • ‘Some wicked person had filled the water carafe with whisky,’ he laughs.
    • As if incensed candles and a carafe of rosé wine would be waiting alongside her bed.
    • And should all of those fail, there's the local pastis, served with ice and a carafe of water, an aniseed-flavoured wonder.
    • All sorts of glasses are on offer, from mineral water glasses, beer draught glasses, carafes, vases, you name it; made out from different kinds of bottles.
    • Thompson stood silently as the two women brought out a carafe of coffee and glasses of ice cream parfait for dessert.
    • He poured himself a glass of water from the carafe at his bedside, and then stepped into his slippers.
    • Got him a big steak for $3.95, ordered a couple of carafes of wine for $1.25 apiece.
    • The wine is fairly dry and needs a little aeration to open it up, so decant into a carafe, water pitcher, etc., 30 minutes before serving.
    • I was at a one-day meeting in Brussels and a waiter spilt a full carafe of wine over me and I had no change of clothes.
    • The butler returned with a carafe and a glass on a tray.
    • On the table stood two bottles of wine and a glass carafe, all empty.
    • Martin orders two carafes of Sicilian malvasia wine.

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