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  • EN [ kəˈræf]
  • US [ kəˈræf]

English definition


  • 1. a bottle with a stopper; for serving wine or water

Example sentences

  • I can't drink more than half a carafe.

  • If not literally, it is still embedded into an otherwise simple and modern carafe shape.

  • The etched London On Tap logo cascades down the front of the carafe.

  • She lifted the stopper from the carafe.

  • The carafe can be made stackable for more efficient storage.

  • We have wine by the glass, carafe, or bottle.

  • Can I have a carafe of water, please?

  • The carafe is tall, tapered and elegant, yet quickly and contemporary like an inverted rocket.

  • Can we have a carafe of ordinary water, please ?

  • He ordered a carafe of wine.

  • Tweed ordered a carafe of the house wine.

  • At dinner, share a half carafe of agreeable wine with an agreeable companion.


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