a bucket for holding ice to chill a bottle of wine.
a drink made of wine, fruit juice, carbonated water, and sometimes other flavorings.
a bucket-like vessel containing ice in which a bottle of wine is placed to be cooled
the full name for cooler (sense 3)
noun 1. the fermented juice of grapes, made in many varieties, such as red, white, sweet, dry, still, and sparkling, for use as a beverage, in cooking, in religious rites, etc., and usually having an alcoholic content of 14 percent or less. 2. a particular variety of such fermented grape juice: port and sherry wines. […]
(Mark 12:1). The original word (hypolenion) so rendered occurs only here in the New Testament. It properly denotes the trough or lake (lacus), as it was called by the Romans, into which the juice of the grapes ran from the trough above it. It is here used, however, of the whole apparatus. In the parallel […]
noun 1. a former English gallon of 160 fluid ounces: equal to the present U.S. standard gallon of 128 fluid ounces. noun 1. (Brit) a former unit of capacity equal to 231 cubic inches
noun 1. a drinking glass, as a goblet, having a foot and a stem and used specifically for serving wine. noun 1. a glass drinking vessel, typically having a small bowl on a stem, with a flared foot 2. Also called wineglassful. the amount that such a glass will hold
[wahyn-glas-foo l, -glahs-] /ˈwaɪn glæsˌfʊl, -glɑs-/ noun, plural wineglassfuls. 1. the capacity of a wineglass, typically containing four to six fluid ounces.