Carafe (noun)

  1. A container with a narrow neck and no handle, used for serving wine or water.
  2. A container with a narrow neck used for serving beverages.


French carafe, from old provençal carafo, from arabic gharāf.


  1. The carafe of water was placed on the table.
  2. The wine carafe was filled with the finest red wine.
  3. She poured the water from the carafe into the glass.
  4. The carafe was made of glass and had a narrow neck.
  5. The carafe was empty and needed to be refilled.
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