vi·​no | \ ˈvē-(ˌ)nō How to pronounce vino (audio) \
plural vinos

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Recent Examples on the Web Looking for a great bottle of vino to drink while watching Netflix? Travel + Leisure, "7 Wine Delivery Services That Bring Happy Hour to Your Doorstep," 7 Apr. 2020 An inscription underneath declared it a buchette del vino, or wine window. Erin Florio, Condé Nast Traveler, "Florence's Newest Outdoor Drinking Trend Is Also Its Oldest," 21 Jan. 2020 Joe Quijano is being remembered by fans and musicians, including Willie Colon, who posted this tribute on Twitter: La primera vez que vi a Joe Quijano fue en 1964 en mi High School que vino a tocar en el auditorio. Judy Cantor-navas, Billboard, "Joe Quijano, 'King of Pachanga' and Salsa Pioneer, Dies at 83," 5 Apr. 2019 With Southern Australia’s wine country on fire and a hefty 100% tariff being considered for European wines, there’s a good chance Americans will opt for a cheaper bottle of domestic vino over a foreign variety. Chase Purdy, Quartz, "Some unlikely critics oppose Trump’s upcoming tariffs on EU wine," 3 Jan. 2020 There's also cocktails, vino and local beer on draught. Andrea Reeves,, "Bowling alleys aren't dead. They're just a lot different. We tried the new trends," 23 Jan. 2020 Despite the eatery opening in the space of a former wine shop, there is no Italian vino on the menu just yet at More Than Pasta. Jennifer Johnson,, "More Than Pasta brings casual Italian plates to Park Ridge," 27 Oct. 2019 The 25-ounce Hyrdo Flask Wine Bottle is designed to fit a full bottle of vino. Alicia Cypress, USA TODAY, "15 awesome gift ideas for people who love wine," 9 Dec. 2019 For a couple of sensational years, Isco was able to turn agua into vino, his close control and subtle passing breaking up defences all around Europe., "5 Possible Destinations for Isco as Real Madrid Career Continues to Stagnate," 23 Oct. 2019

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First Known Use of vino

circa 1919, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for vino

Italian & Spanish, from Latin vinum

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“Vino.” Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, Accessed 2 Jul. 2020.

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