grapegrape /ɡreɪp/ ●●●S3 noun [countable] 🔊 🔊 DFFHBPone of a number of small roundgreen or purple fruits that growtogether on a vine. Grapes are often used for making wine 🔊 a bunch of grapes 🔊 grape juice 🔊 red seedless grapes → sour grapesat sour1(5)THESAURUSgrape one of a number of small round green or purple fruits that grow together on a vine. Grapes are often used for making wineI've brought you a bunch of grapes.Different grape varieties produce wines of widely different character. vine (also grapevine) a plant that produces grapesThere are 2,000 acres of vines in England, compared with 2.6 million in France. He left the grapes on the vine as long as possible — sometimes even late into October. vineyard a piece of land where grapevines are grown in order to produce wineThe wine is from one of Germany's most famous vineyards.