Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Vineyard"

  • The meaning of "Vineyard" in various phrases and sentences

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    2. A vineyard is a place where grapes are grown for wine (a popular alcoholic drink)

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    2. It’s where grapes are grown to be made into wine

  • Similar words to "Vineyard" and their differences

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    2. A vineyard is usually used when talking about grapes or other fruits and vegetables that grow on a vineyard. It's like a large garden. A workplace can be an office building where people go to work and do their jobs or can be used to talk about a table or desk that people work on in a certain room or space. For example, "I grow grapes at a vineyard." or "I left my papers at my workplace." And if someone works at the vineyard, they may call it their workplace. "I work on the vineyard so that's my workplace." Hope this was helpful :)

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    2. Grapery means the same thing, it’s just not very commonly used. I would advise using the word vineyard, but it doesn’t matter much overall.

  • Translations of "Vineyard"

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    2. Plural vin-yards

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    2. I'm not sure if you're asking for a recorded version of it but here's how it's said:

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    2. Vineyard. I pronounce this as Vin-yurd My ar in yard becomes ur. That is how I've heard it said in North America. It might be different in the UK and other places.

  • Other questions about "Vineyard"

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    2. 2 weeks have passed *since* I *have* arrived in Switzerland. When I go shopping at the nearby supermarket by my house, I can find more than 200 kinds of cheese in distribution. On the way back from my *journey*, I overlooked a town of Lavaux *which is* counted as a cultural World Heritage on the train. On the steep slope, vineyards are made with masonry, and the scenery that spreads all over like a staircase took *my* breath away. It *had* great combination between nature and mankind. I experienced masonry in *the* Shirakawa village as a part of a lecture in my class. In total 20 people *worked* on making masonry but all we could make *was* just 1m height and 10m length after 2 hours hard work. I was overwhelmed to think how much effort and time had been spent on Lavaux town until it looked like its present. For us living at this moment, sometimes everything existing there looks natural. But considering the process of those being there, it often contains spectacular time, effort and miracle coincidences. The best examples might be natural world heritages. Therefore, I suppose we are responsible for taking over those values without destroying to the next generations. Recently, it *has been snowing* every day in Switzerland. But looking at the alp mountains from the windows in *my* office, the white part of snow seems *to be* getting smaller. I am looking forward to welcoming spring in this country.

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    2. 1. monthS 2. where do you usually tour? 3. travel to vineyards in Argentina 4. good ☺️ 5. the bus trip 6. ... Gulliver's? It's fantastic! 7. ☺️good 8. 😮good 9. longest flight you have ever taken 10. Our sightseeing tour 11. perfect😀 12. OK 13. do you usually fly with 15. I love to travel

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