Definition of 'gin'
Example sentences containing 'gin'
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She was comforted by a stiff gin and tonic. Somewhere East of Life (1994)Men tend to drink diluted alcohol such as beer but women drink stronger wine or gin. The Sun (2009)To my surprise she brought a bottle of gin out of her desk drawer. The Sun (2012)Women used to drink gin when they had problems. The Sun (2009)Like a werewolf that had put its foot in a gin trap. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Or just the oblivion of another pink gin with the ladies? Times, Sunday Times (2007)Second was the effect of the cotton gin on processing. America Past and Present (1995)Or the fizz of ice cubes being dropped into a freshly made gin and tonic. Times, Sunday Times (2008)There were cigarette ends lying around and the gin bottle was on the floor. The Sun (2008)Now the thought of it makes me want to drink gin with the lights turned off. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Suddenly, we were drifting helplessly between two vast gin palaces. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Add a glass of gin and a meat pie for the listener, and all is happiness. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Another day, he came home with six bottles of whisky and gin. Lost Voices of the Edwardians: 19011910 in the words of the Men & Women Who Were There (2006)I have another big gin and tonic. Times, Sunday Times (2013)I went inside and made myself a monster gin and tonic. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Pour yourself a glass of gin and juice and try not to drop the remote like it's hot. The Sun (2012)It ends at a picturesque and listed tidal mill next to film studios, housed in a former gin distillery. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Except for the cotton gin, important chemical and mechanical inventions did not appear in the fields for another generation. America Past and Present (1995)Time for a pink gin. Times, Sunday Times (2014)A footman was demoted for adding gin and whisky to the dogs' food. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Historic Plymouth with its gin distillery and aquarium is a 15-minute drive away. Times, Sunday Times (2015)A sailor in white service dress uniform came up and offered him a large gin and tonic, on a silver tray. Times, Sunday Times (2011)He shared her taste for a large gin and tonic and for champagne, and would lunch at the Ritz. Times, Sunday Times (2007)
Trends of 'gin'
Used Occasionally. gin is one of the 30000 most commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Translations for 'gin'
British English: gin /dʒɪn/ NOUN
Gin is a colourless alcoholic drink.
- American English: gin
- Arabic: جِن محلج القطن
- Brazilian Portuguese: gim
- Chinese: 杜松子酒
- Croatian: džin
- Czech: gin
- Danish: gin
- Dutch: jenever
- European Spanish: ginebra
- Finnish: gini
- French: gin
- German: Gin
- Greek: τζιν ποτό
- Italian: gin
- Japanese: ジン
- Korean: 진
- Norwegian: gin
- Polish: dżin
- European Portuguese: gin
- Romanian: gin
- Russian: джин
- Spanish: ginebra
- Swedish: gin
- Thai: เหล้ายิน
- Turkish: cin alkol
- Ukrainian: джин
- Vietnamese: rượu gin
Definition of gin from the Collins English Dictionary
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