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[ sel-er ]
/ ˈsɛl ər /
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noun
a room, or set of rooms, for the storage of food, fuel, etc., wholly or partly underground and usually beneath a building.
an underground room or story.
Sports. the lowest position in a group ranked in order of games won: The team was in the cellar for most of the season.
verb (used with object)
to place or store in a cellar.
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cel·lar·less, adjective
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cellar
/ (ˈsɛlə) /

noun
an underground room, rooms, or storey of a building, usually used for storageCompare basement
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a stock of bottled wines
verb
(tr) to store in a cellar
C13: from Anglo-French, from Latin cellārium food store, from cella cella
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