meaning of brut

brut meaning in General Dictionary

extremely dried out utilized of wine or wine

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  • (of champagne) incredibly dried out
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brut meaning in Etymology Dictionary

"dry," 1891, utilized of wines, especially champagnes, from French brut (14c.), actually "raw, crude" (see brute).

brut - German to English


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  • breed
  • brood
  • covey
  • fry [young seafood]
  • hatch
  • incubation (duration)
  • spawn

brut - French to English


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  • gross
  • natural

brut meaning in General Dictionary

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Sentence Examples with the word brut

In its literary form the cycle falls into three groups: - pseudohistoric: the Histories of Nennius and Geoffrey, the Brut of Wace and Layamon (see Arthur); poetic: the works of Chretien de Troyes, Thomas, Raoul de Houdenc and others (see Gawain, Perceval, Tristan, and the writers named above); prose: the largest and most important group (see Grail, Lancelot, Merlin, Tristan).

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