Definition of 'low-alcohol'
Example sentences containing 'low-alcohol'
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Supermarkets believe that there is a new demand for low-alcohol wine from people concerned about health. Times, Sunday Times (2009)EU snobbery blamed for curbs on low-alcohol wine Times, Sunday Times (2009)Beer should have a rate of duty that reflects its place as a British-made low-alcohol drink. Times, Sunday Times (2010)The amounts are yet to be set, but the beer industry said it would spur them to develop more low-alcohol drinks. Times, Sunday Times (2010)It was brewed for low-alcohol content, and was essential in avoiding dehydration for the likes of hardworking dockers and naval men. Times, Sunday Times (2012)
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Translations for 'low-alcohol'
British English: low-alcohol /ˈləʊˌælkəhɒl/ ADJECTIVE
Low-alcohol beer or wine contains only a small amount of alcohol.
- American English: low-alcohol
- Arabic: قَلِيلَةُ الْكُحُولِ
- Brazilian Portuguese: de baixo teor alcoólico
- Chinese: 低酒精的
- Croatian: s malo alkohola
- Czech: nízkoalkoholický
- Danish: med lav alkoholprocent
- Dutch: alcoholarm
- European Spanish: de bajo contenido alcohólico
- Finnish: vähän alkoholia sisältävä
- French: peu alcoolisé
- German: alkoholarm
- Greek: χαμηλής περιεκτικότητας σε αλκοόλ
- Italian: a basso contenuto alcolico
- Japanese: 低アルコールの
- Korean: 알코올 농도가 낮은
- Norwegian: alkoholsvak
- Polish: niskoalkoholowy
- European Portuguese: de baixo teor alcoólico
- Romanian: concentrație scăzută de alcool
- Russian: слабоалкогольный
- Spanish: de bajo contenido alcohólico
- Swedish: lätt-
- Thai: แอลกอฮอล์ต่ำ
- Turkish: düşük alkollü
- Ukrainian: слабоалкогольний
- Vietnamese: ít cồn
Definition of low-alcohol from the Collins English Dictionary
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