[chaz-yuh-buh l, -uh-buh l, chas-] /ˈtʃæz yə bəl, -ə bəl, ˈtʃæs-/
a sleeveless outer vestment worn by the celebrant at Mass.
(Christianity) a long sleeveless outer vestment worn by a priest when celebrating Mass
ecclesiastical vestment, c.1300, cheisible, from Old French chesible (12c., Modern French chasuble), from Medieval Latin casubla, from Late Latin *casubula, unexplained alteration of Latin casula “a little hut,” diminutive of casa “cottage, house” (see casino), used by c.400 in transferred sense of “outer garment.” From the notion that hooded garments resembled or suggested little houses. The English form conformed to French from c.1600.
[chat] /tʃæt/ verb (used without object), chatted, chatting. 1. to converse in a familiar or informal manner. 2. Digital Technology. to participate with one or more people, through the Internet, in a real-time conversation, typically as a series of short text exchanges in a specific application, as instant messaging, or by using images, voice, video, […]
/ˈtʃætˌbɒt/ noun 1. a computer program in the form of a virtual e-mail correspondent that can reply to messages from computer users noun See chatterbot chat (Or “chatterbot”) A bot meant to be able to interact conversationally with humans. A chatbot is either an exercise in AI or merely an interface as in an infobot. […]
[sha-toh; French shah-toh] /ʃæˈtoʊ; French ʃɑˈtoʊ/ noun, plural châteaux [sha-tohz; French shah-toh] /ʃæˈtoʊz; French ʃɑˈtoʊ/ (Show IPA), châteaus. 1. (in France) a castle or fortress. 2. a stately residence imitating a distinctively French castle. 3. a country estate, especially a fine one, in France or elsewhere on the Continent. 4. (often initial capital letter) a […]
- Chateau bottled
adjective See estate bottled