chateau / ʃæˈtoʊ; French ʃɑˈtoʊ /


chateau 的定义

n. 名词 noun

plural châ·teaux [sha-tohz; French shah-toh], /ʃæˈtoʊz; French ʃɑˈtoʊ/, châ·teaus.

  1. a castle or fortress.
  2. a stately residence imitating a distinctively French castle.
  3. a country estate, especially a fine one, in France or elsewhere on the Continent.
  4. a winegrower's estate, especially in the Bordeaux region of France: often used as part of the name of a wine.

chateau 近义词

n. 名词 noun


chateau 的近义词 5


  1. A Chateau Vancouver 2020 cabernet might well make the earth move.
  2. I went through a very crazy time, whether it was at the Chateau, running wild in Malibu, I just went through it.
  3. “Somehow she said we spent a romantic night making love at the Chateau Marmont,” Richardson told Wallace.
  4. The couple apparently visited the royal chateau in January when they were scouting  locations for the big day.
  5. The 14,000-square-foot, French chateau-style home was a five-year project spearheaded by architect Richard Landry.
  6. Their Chateau en Espagne seemed invisible, as such chateaux usually are; and where it might be found, who was there to tell?
  7. Wharton left Vienna, the morning after his separation from Louis in the garden of the chateau.
  8. We are drawing near the chateau, and you might as well wear a cockade tricolor as let them hear that.
  9. Some peasants had brought the news to the chateau, with the additional information that they were all to be shot within two days.
  10. I was in the Chateau de Montauban, and I now blessed the chance which had sent me to its honoured walls.