Definition of 'rum'
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Any more rum in that bottle? Times, Sunday Times (2016)Beer is a pound, local rum and cola not much more. Times, Sunday Times (2016)And drink rum just about any other time. The Sun (2013)Each operational patrol was also issued with one gallon of rum. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Which goes to show that sport can do rum things to nice people. Times, Sunday Times (2012)The only preservative is a good slug of brandy or rum. Times, Sunday Times (2006)There was no bottle of rum for this wannabe sailor. The Sun (2012)Which means your choice of white rum is very important. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Tours of rum distilleries and sugar factories are also available. Times, Sunday Times (2010)You might like to add a slug of whisky or rum. Times, Sunday Times (2010)All under the umbrella of networking over a rum punch or three. Times, Sunday Times (2008)And then a rum thing took place on this site. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Mix together the mincemeat and rum or brandy. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Bet it takes place on the beach over a bottle of rum. The Sun (2012)But white rum works just as well. The Sun (2014)Just add a little rum or brandy for the adults. The Sun (2010)So it was that women took the lead in the campaign to refuse to buy sugar or rum. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Everyone who has watched football knows that rum things can happen in the course of a single match. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Her rum punch is also legendary. Times, Sunday Times (2014)People would play dominoes, drink rum and dance salsa together. No Way Home: A Cuban Dancer's Tale (2007)I then went back to my chalet and polished off a bottle of rum in one sitting. Times, Sunday Times (2007)For example, a cheaper hotel is more likely to use local beer and rum and return the bottles. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Add the rum, whisky or brandy, and extra sugar to taste. The Sun (2013)If you want to do it like a pro, take your rum mixed with local lager, which is surprisingly delicious and unsurprisingly deadly. Times, Sunday Times (2013)
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Translations for 'rum'
British English: rum /rʌm/ NOUN
Rum is an alcoholic drink made from sugar cane juice.
- American English: rum
- Arabic: روم
- Brazilian Portuguese: rum
- Chinese: 朗姆酒
- Croatian: rum
- Czech: rum
- Danish: rom
- Dutch: rum
- European Spanish: ron
- Finnish: rommi
- French: rhum
- German: Rum
- Greek: ρούμι
- Italian: rum
- Japanese: ラム 酒
- Korean: 럼주
- Norwegian: rom brennevin
- Polish: rum
- European Portuguese: rum
- Romanian: rom
- Russian: ром
- Spanish: ron
- Swedish: rom
- Thai: เหล้ารัม
- Turkish: rom
- Ukrainian: ром
- Vietnamese: rượu rum
Definition of rum from the Collins English Dictionary
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