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eau de Cologne      

[əudəkə'ləun]

Франция

одеколон

eau-de-Cologne      
eau-de-Cologne fr. noun одеколон
eau-de-Cologne      

существительное

Франция

одеколон

Определение

Eau de Cologne
·- ·same·as Cologne.

Википедия

Eau de Cologne

Eau de Cologne (French: [o d(ə) kɔlɔɲ]; German: Kölnisch Wasser [ˈkœlnɪʃ ˈvasɐ]; meaning "Water from Cologne"), or simply cologne, is a perfume originating from Cologne, Germany. Originally mixed by Johann Maria Farina (Giovanni Maria Farina) in 1709, it has since come to be a generic term for scented formulations in typical concentration of 2–5% and also more depending upon its type of essential oils or a blend of extracts, alcohol, and water. In a base of dilute ethanol (70–90%), eau de cologne contains a mixture of citrus oils, including oils of lemon, orange, tangerine, clementine, bergamot, lime, grapefruit, blood orange, bitter orange, and neroli. It can also contain oils of lavender, rosemary, thyme, oregano, petitgrain (orange leaf), jasmine, olive, oleaster, and tobacco.

In contemporary American English usage, the term "cologne" has become a generic term for perfumes marketed toward men. It also may signify a less concentrated, more affordable, version of a popular perfume.

Примеры употребления для eau de Cologne
1. Arcelor chief executive Guy Dolle, who is French, has compared his company‘s steel to perfume and Mittal‘s to mere eau de cologne.
2. Last Monday, Kinsch said that Dolle –– who once described Mittal‘s steel as cheap eau de cologne compared to Arcelor‘s fine perfume –– was ready to step down.
3. We cannot live without it." When former Soviet President Mikhail Gorbachev introduced strict limits on vodka sales in the 1'80s to combat rampant alcoholism, some people turned to drinking eau de cologne.
4. Casimir‘s mother was so worried that she sent him a mahogany chest half a metre long, containing eating utensils, writing equipment, as well as a shaving brush, and some eau de Cologne.
5. There was the wife of the judge, a woman who moved in a cloud of eau–de–cologne and who cultivated large beds of Namaqualand daisies in her garden.