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wine cellar

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishwine cellarˈwine ˌcellar noun [countable]  an underground room where wine is stored to keep it at the right temperature
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wine cellarThe sixth-century papal sacristy used during Lent has been located in the former wine cellar of the convent.The royal palace was splendid and reputedly contained a large wine cellar.The mob destroyed his house, library, laboratory and notes, but they took advantage of his well-stocked wine cellar.She suggested a toast, and while he went to the wine cellar, she put the powder in her cup.
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