Definition of 'aperitif'
Example sentences containing 'aperitif'
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This unusual southwest white is a wonderful winter aperitif. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Fresh citrus and apple flavours make this top-notch cava perfect as an aperitif or paired with smoked salmon. The Sun (2013) Drink as an aperitif, or with rich, herby fish or white meat dishes. Times, Sunday Times (2012)With its tropical fruit notes and salty, savoury finish, this wine is perfect as an aperitif or alongside shellfish. Times, Sunday Times (2016)
What a pleasant little apéritif to his evening's entertainment. KARA KUSH (2003)Kenworthy declined the apéritif with a curt gesture of his flat hand. DISPLACED PERSON (2003)
Trends of 'aperitif'
Used Rarely. aperitif is in the lower 50% of commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Translations for 'aperitif'
British English: aperitif /æˌpɛrɪˈtiːf/ NOUN
An aperitif is an alcoholic drink that you have before a meal.
...a garden terrace where you can drink your aperitifs.
- American English: aperitif
- Arabic: مُشْرُوب فاتِـح للشهِيَّة
- Brazilian Portuguese: aperitivo
- Chinese: 开胃酒
- Croatian: aperitiv
- Czech: aperitiv
- Danish: aperitif
- Dutch: aperitief
- European Spanish: aperitivo
- Finnish: aperitiivi
- French: apéritif
- German: Aperitif
- Greek: απεριτίφ
- Italian: aperitivo
- Japanese: アペリチフ
- Korean: 아페리티프
- Norwegian: aperitiff
- Polish: aperitif
- European Portuguese: aperitivo
- Romanian: aperitivbăutură
- Russian: аперитив
- Spanish: aperitivo
- Swedish: aperitif
- Thai: เหล้าก่อนอาหาร
- Turkish: yemek öncesi içki
- Ukrainian: аперитив
- Vietnamese: rượu khai vị
Definition of aperitif from the Collins English Dictionary
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