saké

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See also: sake, Sake, sakė, and sa kê

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Etymology[edit]

Borrowing from Japanese (sake, rice wine), where the final e is accented to indicate that it is pronounced where it would usually remain silent in other senses of sake, as well as to differentiate it. Likely influenced by French saké.

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saké (countable and uncountable, plural sakés)

  1. Rice wine; a drink made from filtered fermented rice.

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saké m (plural sakés)

  1. sake, rice wine.

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