See also: Bordeaux and bordeaux'

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NounEdit

bordeaux (countable and uncountable, plural bordeaux or bordeauxes or bordeauxs)

  1. Alternative letter-case form of Bordeaux (fungicide; wine)
    • 1908, Annual Report of the Vermont Agricultural Experiment Station, Burlington:
      Twelve fungicides; bordeaux mixture, strong, weak and with soap, bordeaux powder, modified eau celeste and ammoniacal copper carbonate, alone and with soap. As between the stronger and weaker bordeauxs an intermediate was [considered].
    • 1909, Reports of the Board of Trustees of the University of New Hampshire, volume 4, page 388:
      The bordeauxs seem to have been the most efficient fungicides, with the proprietary lime-sulfur mixtures a close second.
    • 1961, John Roberts McGrew, George Willis Still, Control of Grape Diseases and Insects in the Eastern United States:
      If these commercial materials are used to make a bordeaux or a copper-lime mixture for grape sprays, [...]
    • 2006, Gene W. Heck, Charlemagne, Muhammad, and the Arab Roots of Capitalism:
      For under Charlemagne, in particular, this industry greatly expanded, as the wine masters of Gaul began to produce their own high quality burgandies and bordeauxes in the very regions in which those modern wines now derive their names.

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EtymologyEdit

From French Bordeaux (a city in southwest France).

PronunciationEdit

  • IPA(key): /bɔrdo/, [b̥ɒˈd̥o]

NounEdit

bordeaux c (singular definite bordeauxen or bordeaux'en, plural indefinite bordeauxer or bordeaux'er)

  1. claret (color)
    1. (as an adjective) claret (of a deep purplish-red colour)
  2. Bordeaux (wine)

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FinnishEdit

EtymologyEdit

From French.

PronunciationEdit

  • IPA(key): /ˈbordoː/, [ˈbo̞rdo̞ː]

NounEdit

bordeaux

  1. Bordeaux (wine)

DeclensionEdit

Inflection of bordeaux (Kotus type 22/parfait, no gradation)
nominative bordeaux bordeaux’t
genitive bordeaux’n bordeaux’iden
bordeaux’itten
partitive bordeaux’ta bordeaux’ita
illative bordeaux’hon bordeaux’ihin
singular plural
nominative bordeaux bordeaux’t
accusative nom. bordeaux bordeaux’t
gen. bordeaux’n
genitive bordeaux’n bordeaux’iden
bordeaux’itten
partitive bordeaux’ta bordeaux’ita
inessive bordeaux’ssa bordeaux’issa
elative bordeaux’sta bordeaux’ista
illative bordeaux’hon bordeaux’ihin
adessive bordeaux’lla bordeaux’illa
ablative bordeaux’lta bordeaux’ilta
allative bordeaux’lle bordeaux’ille
essive bordeaux’na bordeaux’ina
translative bordeaux’ksi bordeaux’iksi
instructive bordeaux’in
abessive bordeaux’tta bordeaux’itta
comitative bordeaux’ineen
Possessive forms of bordeaux (type parfait)
possessor singular plural
1st person bordeaux’ni bordeaux’mme
2nd person bordeaux’si bordeaux’nne
3rd person bordeaux’nsa

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bordeaux (invariable)

  1. claret (colour)

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bordeaux m (uncountable)

  1. Bordeaux (wine)

NounEdit

bordeaux m

  1. plural of bordeau

ItalianEdit

AdjectiveEdit

bordeaux (invariable)

  1. burgundy, maroon (colour)

NounEdit

bordeaux m (invariable)

  1. burgundy, maroon (colour)
  2. Bordeaux (wine)
  3. (organic chemistry) Any of several azo dyes having this colour