Definition of 'milkshake'
Example sentences containing 'milkshake'
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It was a kind of milkshake with ice cream. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Do they serve strawberry milkshake at half-time? Times, Sunday Times (2008)The challenge is to make a convincing strawberry milkshake without using any strawberries or milk, and perhaps no sugar either. Times, Sunday Times (2008)In the end I had to serve the ice cream as a milkshake. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Some people swear by banana milkshake with vanilla ice cream or a full English but noodles are the best because they are hearty without being heavy. The Sun (2011)To drink a milkshake, you should sit on a wall, your legs swinging back and forth. Times, Sunday Times (2016)
Trends of 'milkshake'
Used Rarely. milkshake is in the lower 50% of commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Translations for 'milkshake'
British English: milkshake /ˈmɪlkˌʃeɪk/ NOUN
A milkshake is a cold drink made by mixing milk with a flavouring or fruit, and sometimes ice cream.
...a strawberry milkshake.
- American English: milkshake
- Arabic: حَلِيبٌ مَخْفُوقٌ بِالْفَاكِهَةِ
- Brazilian Portuguese: milkshake
- Chinese: 奶昔
- Croatian: frape
- Czech: mléčný koktejl
- Danish: milkshake
- Dutch: milkshake
- European Spanish: batido
- Finnish: pirtelö
- French: milkshake
- German: Milkshake
- Greek: μιλκσέικ
- Italian: frullato
- Japanese: ミルクシェイク
- Korean: 밀크셰이크
- Norwegian: milkshake
- Polish: koktajl mleczny
- European Portuguese: batido de leite
- Romanian: băutură cu lapte
- Russian: молочный коктейль
- Spanish: batido
- Swedish: milkshake
- Thai: นมปั่น
- Turkish: milkshake
- Ukrainian: молочний коктейль
- Vietnamese: sinh tố khuấy sữa
Definition of milkshake from the Collins English Dictionary
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