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cellar noun

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  • cellar — noun ADJECTIVE ▪ damp, dark ▪ old ▪ deep, underground ▪ vaulted ▪ coal …   Collocations dictionary

  • cellar — ► NOUN 1) a storage space or room below ground level in a house. 2) a stock of wine. ORIGIN Latin cellarium storehouse , from cella storeroom or chamber …   English terms dictionary

  • cellar — early 13c., from Anglo Fr. celer, from O.Fr. celier cellar, underground passage (12c., Mod.Fr. cellier), from L. cellarium pantry, storeroom, lit. group of cells; from cella (see CELL (Cf. cell)), or from noun use of neut. of adj. cellarius… …   Etymology dictionary

  • cellar hole — noun : an excavation intended for a cellar or the exposed cellar area where a house has once stood …   Useful english dictionary

  • cellar door — noun a) a door leading to a cellar. b) part of a winery from which wine may be sampled or purchased …   Wiktionary

  • cellar — noun /ˈsɛlə/ a) An enclosed underground space, often under a building; used for storage or shelter. b) A wine collection, especially when stored in a cellar …   Wiktionary

  • cellar — noun a storage space or room below ground level in a house. ↘a stock of wine. verb store in a cellar. Origin ME: from OFr. celier, from late L. cellarium storehouse , from cella storeroom or chamber …   English new terms dictionary

  • cellar pipe — noun : a fire fighting device consisting of a hose nozzle at the end of a tube designed to be inserted into a burning area (as a cellar or ship s hold) and so controlled from without that it can direct a spray toward any area within …   Useful english dictionary

  • cellar master — noun Date: 1955 a person who supervises the making of wine in a winery …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • cellar — noun (C) 1 a room under a house or other building, often used for storing things 2 a store of wine belonging to a person, restaurant etc …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • cellar — noun Syn: basement, vault, crypt …   Synonyms and antonyms dictionary

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