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Chablis

[ sha-blee, shuh-, shah-, shab-lee; French sha-blee ]
/ ʃæˈbli, ʃə-, ʃɑ-, ˈʃæb li; French ʃaˈbli /
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noun, plural Cha·blis [sha-bleez, shuh-, shah-, shab-leez; French sha-blee]. /ʃæˈbliz, ʃə-, ʃɑ-, ˈʃæb liz; French ʃaˈbli/.
a dry white wine from the Burgundy region in France.
a similar wine produced elsewhere.
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Origin of Chablis

First recorded in 1660–70; named after Chablis, a town in the region

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British Dictionary definitions for Chablis

Chablis
/ (ˈʃæblɪ, French ʃabli) /

noun
(sometimes not capitals) a dry white burgundy wine made around Chablis, in central France
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