Chianti

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From Italian

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  • IPA(key): /kiːˈænti/, /ˈkjɑːnti/

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Chianti (plural Chiantis)

  1. A Tuscan red wine.

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From Italian

Noun[edit]

Chianti m (genitive Chiantis, plural Chianti or Chiantis)

  1. Chianti (wine)

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Proper noun[edit]

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Chianti m

  1. The region of Tuscany where chianti is made

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Chianti m (invariable) (also: chianti)

  1. Chianti (wine)

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