Definition of 'vodka'
Example sentences containing 'vodka'
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Then they can double as vodka glasses when serving caviar. The Sun (2008)She had been drinking vodka from the bottle earlier in the night. The Sun (2015)The vodka and the champagne was a good combination. Times, Sunday Times (2012)He drank gallons of cheap whisky and vodka. Times, Sunday Times (2014)The place is awash with champagne and vodka. Times, Sunday Times (2012)His days consist of drinking vodka from morning until night unless he passes out. The Sun (2014)He bought a load of champagne and vodka but hardly touched it and then left. The Sun (2014)She was caught when staff spotted the phone as she slumped forward after drinking sparkling wine and vodka. Times, Sunday Times (2013)So your risk of a hangover increases as you move along the colour spectrum from vodka to red wine and brandy. The Sun (2013)They are on vodka and whisky. Times, Sunday Times (2007)They bought loads of vodka, beer and whisky. The Sun (2007)The young prefer beer to vodka, but alcoholism still takes a heavy toll. Times, Sunday Times (2012)The three leaders drank wine and vodka, finishing off the meal with cigars. Times, Sunday Times (2014)I have to pretend my tonic has vodka in it to make them feel comfortable. Times, Sunday Times (2015)I drink gin or vodka and slimline tonic instead of wine. The Sun (2013)On the left is a vodka and tonic, in the centre red wine and on the right lager. Times, Sunday Times (2011)
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Translations for 'vodka'
British English: vodka /ˈvɒdkə/ NOUN
Vodka is a strong, clear, alcoholic drink.
- American English: vodka
- Arabic: فودْكا
- Brazilian Portuguese: vodca
- Chinese: 伏特加酒
- Croatian: votka
- Czech: vodka
- Danish: vodka
- Dutch: wodka
- European Spanish: vodka
- Finnish: votka
- French: vodka
- German: Wodka
- Greek: βότκα
- Italian: vodka
- Japanese: ウォッカ
- Korean: 보드카
- Norwegian: vodka
- Polish: wódka
- European Portuguese: vodka
- Romanian: votcă
- Russian: водка
- Spanish: vodka
- Swedish: vodka
- Thai: เหล้าวอดกาของรัสเซียไม่มีสี
- Turkish: votka
- Ukrainian: горілка
- Vietnamese: rượu vodka
Definition of vodka from the Collins English Dictionary
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