[ frah-skah-tee ]
/ frɑˈskɑ ti /
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a fruity white wine from Rome.
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Origin of Frascati
First recorded in 1930–35; after Frascati, city in central Italy
Words nearby Frascati
Franz Joseph II, frap, frape, frappe, F.R.A.S., Frascati, Frasch process, Fraser, frass, frat, fratch
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British Dictionary definitions for Frascati
/ (fræˈskɑːtɪ) /
a dry or semisweet white wine from the Lazio region of Italy
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