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

The meaning of "Wine" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does This wine contains 17 to 18% alcohol. mean?
A: the alcohol content of the wine could be from 17.00% to 18.00%
Q: What does "bad-ass"
e.g) some bad-ass wine tasting mean?
A: Bad-ass basically means super cool or super good.
Q: What does it's wine talking. mean?
A: It means "I wouldn't ordinarily say these things, but I'm (a little) drunk" - "It's the wine that's making my say these things, not me"
Q: What does wine region mean?
A: Yes, it does.
Q: What does Listen to me wine. mean?
A: The actual phrase is "Listen to me whine" meaning listen to me complain

Example sentences using "Wine"

Q: Please show me example sentences with it's wine o'clock.
A:
I've said 'Wine Time' before since it rhymes more :p
'Right! That's the last of it [work]... It's wine o'clock, I think! 😄'
Q: Please show me example sentences with wine and dine.
A: Tonight we will have wine at the party.

We will dine at the steakhouse.

The word dine is another term for eat.
Q: Please show me example sentences with wine and dine.
A: Awesome. Thank you. For example I have this situation: "I have just seen my close friend after long time no see. I will wine and dine her." Does that work?
Q: Please show me example sentences with wine it up.
Q: Please show me example sentences with wine and dine.
A: His friend told him he should "wine and dine" the girl if he wanted to win her over.

Synonyms of "Wine" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between some of the best wines are from the New world and some of the best wines are those from the New world ?
A: In English we can add more words to a sentence that do not change the meaning. It is sometimes to make a writing longer (for school) or to sound smarter, but does not.
Q: What is the difference between Wine is made from grapes. and The grapes are made into wine. ?
A: in the first sentence you explain out of what the wine is made of/what the ingredients are. And in the second sentence you explain what the grapes are going to be used for/what happend to the grapes.
Q: What is the difference between I am looking for a wine to serve with sole meunière . and I am looking for a wine that serves with sole meunière . ?
A: You wouldn't really say "I am looking for a wine that serves with sole meunière" but rather "I am looking for a wine that goes well with sole meunière " The first sentence is perfectly phrased too, however.
Q: What is the difference between red wine and burgandy ?
A: yeah, both are red :)
Q: What is the difference between “Some of the best wines are those from the Neweorld” and “Some of the best wines are from the New world” ?
A: Check the question to view the answer

Translations of "Wine"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? wine o'clock
A: (웃기는) 와인을 마시기위한 적절한 시간
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? "wine is made from grapes " or "wine is made by grapes"
A: "Wine is made from grapes"
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? there is (no) or (any) wine left ?
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? wine (color) It is "wine" or "burgundy" ? both are correct ?
A: Both should be acceptable, although burgundy sounds more professional.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? red wine not sweet but ...?
A: This red wine is not sweet

Other questions about "Wine"

Q: Would you like to drink white wine? Does this sound natural?
A: Would you like some white wine?
Q: A good wine can be very relaxing at times like these.

or

A good wine can be very relaxing in times like these.
Does this sound natural?
A: I'm quite certain you can say it both ways. Both are clear.
Q: About wine store: Are these sentences natural English? Could you correct them please?
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This store lends you two wine glasses for tasting, so that you can taste two kinds of wine more accurately at the same time.
If you use only one glass and taste them one by one, you might forget the flavor of the wine which you drunk before. Does this sound natural?
A: It is all natural except at the very end. The correct tense for this sentence is "drank." Also, "which" can be dropped. Example: ". . . you might forget the flavor of the wine you drank before."
Q: About a wine bar in Japan.
You can drink 20 kinds of wine for all-you-can-drink. They are selected from uncommon great wine brands of all over Japan.
Wine of popular brands and big companies is not always delicious. It depends on your own preferences though.
This bar backups small scale wine breweries. So you can drink many types of rare and local wine here. Does this sound natural?
A: "Popular wine brands and big companies ARE not always delicious." Use "are" since you're speaking about two things, the brands and the companies. It's plural. Also, don't say "wine of popular brands". "Popular wine brands" sounds more natural. Also, that next sentence shouldn't be separated. Instead it should look like this: "popular wine brands and big companies are not always delicious, however, it depends on your own preference. "

Again, with the sentence after that, take out the period and add a comma. "This bar backs up small scale wine breweries, so you can drink a variety of rare and local wines here!" That sounds better and more inviting, and like a better closing sentence :)
Q: We brought wine and served it each other. Does this sound natural?
A: We brought wine and served it to each other.

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