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Winchester

[ win-ches-ter, -chuh-ster ]
/ ˈwɪnˌtʃɛs tər, -tʃə stər /
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noun
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British Dictionary definitions for Winchester (1 of 2)

winchester
/ (ˈwɪntʃɪstə) /

noun
(sometimes capital) a large cylindrical bottle with a narrow neck used for transporting chemicals. It contains about 2.5 litres

Word Origin for winchester

after Winchester, Hampshire

British Dictionary definitions for Winchester (2 of 2)

Winchester
/ (ˈwɪntʃɪstə) /

noun
a city in S England, administrative centre of Hampshire: a Romano-British town; Saxon capital of Wessex; 11th-century cathedral; site of Winchester College (1382), English public school. Pop: 41 420 (2001)
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