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- We regaled ourselves on caviar and champagne.
- 他喝著廉价的香槟酒, 样子十分放荡。
- He was drinking cheap champagne with a raffish air.
- Have some more bubbly!
- Champagne is full of bubbles.
- Why don't we crack open a bottle of champagne to celebrate?
- A sparkling white wine produced in Champagne.
- I managed to work my way back through the crowd of guests with two glasses of champagne.
- The feeling of friendship is like that of being comfortably filled with roast beef; love, like being enlivened with champagne.
- Champagne corks were popping (away) throughout the celebrations.
- That's why at dinner parties it's fine to serve cava instead of champagne.
- They lived in great gorgeous houses with thirty servants they rode about in motor-cars and four-horse carriages they drank champagne they wore top hats-'
- ... Gonna make ourselves a little fire pop some bubbly...
- He orders champagne with the meal he snaps his fingers at the gar? On and behaves in general like the boorish little peasant that he is.
- There seemed to be an inexhaustible supply of champagne to drink.
- Come and have some more champers.