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quinta

[ Spanish keen-tah; Portuguese keen-tah, -tuh ]
/ Spanish ˈkin tɑ; Portuguese ˈkĩ tɑ, -tə /
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noun, plural quin·tas [Spanish keen-tahs; Portuguese keen-tahs, -tuhsh]. /Spanish ˈkin tɑs; Portuguese ˈkĩ tɑs, -təʃ/. Spanish, Portuguese.
an inn, especially one in the countryside.
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British Dictionary definitions for quinta

quinta
/ (ˈkɪntə) /

noun
winemaking a Portuguese vineyard where grapes for wine or port are grown

Word Origin for quinta

C20: from Portuguese, literally: a country estate, farm
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