muscat

listen to the pronunciation of muscat
Englisch - Türkisch
{i} maskat
{i} umman'ın başkenti
{i} misket şarabı
{i} misket üzümü
grape of the muscat; muscat wine
Muscat üzüm; muscat şarap
Türkisch - Türkisch
Siyah ve mor arası tanecikleri olan çok tatlı bir üzüm türü
Englisch - Englisch
The muscatel wine made from these grapes
A white grape variety; used as table grapes and for making raisins and sweet wine
{n} a species of grape, and wine, a pear
the capital city of Oman. or Masqat City (pop., 1993: city, 40,900; 1999 est.: metro. area, 887,000), capital of Oman, located on the Gulf of Oman. Situated on a cove surrounded by volcanic mountains, it came under Persian control in the 6th century BC, and the people of the region were converted to Islam in the 7th century AD. The Portuguese gained control in 1508 and made Muscat their Arabian headquarters (1622-48). Held again by the Persians (1650-1741), it later became part of the sultanate of Oman. Two 16th-century Portuguese forts overlook the town; the sultan's Indian-style palace is built at the edge of the sea
capital city of Oman
{i} seaport and capital city of Oman
sweet aromatic grape used for raisins and wine
{i} variety of sweet flavored grapes which are used to make wine; sweet wine made from muscat grapes
sweet aromatic grape used for raisins and wine wine from muscat grapes a port on the Gulf of Oman and capital of the sultanate of Oman any of several cultivated grapevines that produce sweet white grapes
any of several cultivated grapevines that produce sweet white grapes
a port on the Gulf of Oman and capital of the sultanate of Oman
The muscat of Alexandria is a large oval grape of a pale amber color
but all having a somewhat musky flavor
A name given to several varieties of Old World grapes, differing in color, size, etc
wine from muscat grapes
muscat wine
wine made from light-colored muscat grapes
muscats
plural of muscat
muscat

    Silbentrennung

    Mus·cat

    Türkische aussprache

    mʌskät

    Aussprache

    /ˈməskat/ /ˈmʌskæt/

    Etymologie

    [ 'm&s-"kat, -k&t ] (noun.) 1548. Middle French, from Old Provençal, from muscat musky, from musc musk, from Late Latin muscus; more at MUSK.

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