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copita

/ (Spanish koˈpita, English kəˈpiːtə) /
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noun
a tulip-shaped sherry glass
a glass of sherry
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Word Origin for copita

diminutive of copa cup
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How to use copita in a sentence

  • He was satisfied with the price I gave him, and offered to treat me with a copita, to which I made no objection.

    The Bible in Spain|George Borrow
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