Definition of 'booze'
Example sentences containing 'booze'
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This has been attributed to tougher age controls on buying booze. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Cut down on caffeine and avoid excess booze. The Sun (2016)The booze ban is clearly paying off on his body. The Sun (2016)Its report blames cheap booze and calls for higher taxes on alcohol and a minimum price per unit. The Sun (2016)The all-inclusive package means it is sometimes tempting to stay at the hotel and enjoy the free food and booze. The Sun (2016)Researchers claim family stress, too much booze and food and a reluctance to seek medical help fuel the rise. The Sun (2016)Students we spoke to agreed the campus is gripped by an extreme drinking culture fuelled by cheap booze at Northern prices. The Sun (2017)The best way to get a handle on its rich history is to soak it up via music, food and booze. Times, Sunday Times (2017) Drink too much booze? The Sun (2016)And shopkeepers should not accept his money when he wants to buy booze. The Sun (2013)You can bring your own booze and the food is really good. Times, Sunday Times (2012) Drinking duty free booze is banned on flights. The Sun (2015)The proliferation of cheap booze is a major factor. The Sun (2009)It got worse during the afternoon as more booze was taken. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Cut out any bad habits like drug use excess booze. The Sun (2008)To cheer himself up he spends the money he manages to earn on booze instead of food. Times, Sunday Times (2009)The harm done by this easy availability of cheap booze is dramatic and worrying. Times, Sunday Times (2012)An excess of booze can do funny things to a man. Times, Sunday Times (2016)It was a great party and the booze flowed freely. The Sun (2008)And not that many drinking booze. Times, Sunday Times (2014)He has been banned from buying booze in the Houses. The Sun (2013)First he banned booze in his Kabul headquarters. Times, Sunday Times (2010)If people cannot buy cigarettes, booze and fuel will it stop them getting them? The Sun (2012)
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Translations for 'booze'
British English: booze /buːz/ NOUN
Booze is alcoholic drink.
- American English: booze
- Arabic: مَشْروب روحِيّ
- Brazilian Portuguese: bebida alcoólica
- Chinese: 酒
- Croatian: piće
- Czech: chlast
- Danish: sprut
- Dutch: sterkedrank
- European Spanish: trago
- Finnish: viina alkoholi yleensä
- French: bibine
- German: Alkohol
- Greek: ποτό
- Italian: bevanda alcolica
- Japanese: 酒
- Korean: 술 음료수
- Norwegian: alkohol
- Polish: alkohol
- European Portuguese: bebida alcoólica
- Romanian: băuturică
- Russian: выпивка
- Spanish: trago
- Swedish: sprit
- Thai: เครื่องดื่มที่มีแอลกอฮอล์
- Turkish: içki
- Ukrainian: випивка
- Vietnamese: rượu
British English: booze VERB
If people booze, they drink alcohol.
...a load of drunken businessmen who had been boozing all afternoon.
Definition of booze from the Collins English Dictionary
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