Definition of 'alcohol-free'
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It warns when you are overdoing it and gives practical tips on cutting down, such as taking alcohol-free days and not drinking before you hit the pub. The Sun (2016)Switch to smaller glasses and have at least one alcohol-free day a week. The Sun (2009)She should have a few alcohol-free days a week. The Sun (2010)She recommends alcohol-free days as a convenient way to cut down. Times, Sunday Times (2016)How many alcohol-free days do we reckon they have? Times, Sunday Times (2012)Have at least one alcohol-free day a week. The Sun (2010)But rational hope is like alcohol-free lager. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Today will be an alcohol-free day. The Sun (2007)Sport without cruelty is alcohol-free lager. Times, Sunday Times (2011)A lot of people already have two alcohol-free days a week but still drink more than is safe. The Sun (2012)The same goes for alcohol - aim for two or three alcohol-free days a week. The Sun (2015)Can be served warm with apple juice, as an alcohol-free alternative to wine or cider. The Sun (2013)And for drivers, buy in alcohol-free beer or a fizzy fruit drink. The Sun (2012)The recent announcement from the Government that drinkers should have at least two alcohol-free days a week is sensible. The Sun (2012)I would strongly recommend she reduces her overall alcohol intake and aims to have at least three consecutive alcohol-free days per week. The Sun (2015)Cut down if you're regularly drinking more than a couple of drinks a day and always have a couple of alcohol-free days a week. The Sun (2013)
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Translations for 'alcohol-free'
British English: alcohol-free /ˈælkəˌhɒlfriː/ ADJECTIVE
Beer or wine which is alcohol-free contains only a trace of alcohol.
- American English: alcohol-free
- Arabic: خالٍ مِنْ الكُحُول
- Brazilian Portuguese: sem álcool
- Chinese: 不含酒精的
- Croatian: bezalkoholan
- Czech: nealkoholický
- Danish: alkoholfri
- Dutch: alcoholvrij
- European Spanish: sin alcohol
- Finnish: alkoholiton
- French: sans alcool
- German: alkoholfrei
- Greek: μη οινοπνευματώδης
- Italian: analcolico
- Japanese: アルコールを含まない
- Korean: 무알코올의
- Norwegian: alkoholfritt
- Polish: bezalkoholowy
- European Portuguese: sem álcool
- Romanian: nealcoolic
- Russian: безалкогольный
- Spanish: sin alcohol
- Swedish: alkoholfri
- Thai: ไม่มีเหล้า
- Turkish: alkolsüz
- Ukrainian: безалкогольний
- Vietnamese: ít cồn
Definition of alcohol-free from the Collins English Dictionary
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