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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
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decanterde‧cant‧er /dɪˈkæntə $ -ər/ noun [countable]  DFDa container used for serving alcoholic drinks a crystal decanter
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decanterVery shortly afterwards the men came in, Rupert carrying a decanter of port and a bottle of brandy.She dodged to the sideboard and picked up a decanter by the neck, spilling sherry on to the floor.Charles Winter presented him with a Gleneagles crystal decanter and 12 glasses.Mr Eames and Bill and Thomas collected trays and glasses, decanters were dusted down, all variety of bottles were sought.She disappears for a moment, then returns with a lovely decanter.He was reaching for the decanter.When he was gone Klaus Ebert went across to the decanter and poured himself a second brandy.
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