Definition of 'whisky'
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It is still possible to enjoy the aroma of fine wine or rustic whisky. The Sun (2017)His father in his last years drank a bottle of whisky a day. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The man then looked in a box that had contained a bottle of whisky and found more coins. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Personalised wine and whisky is where it's at. Times, Sunday Times (2016)There is the opportunity to extend the platform to other makers of malt whisky. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Is it possible to become drunk by lying in a bath of whisky without drinking any? Times, Sunday Times (2006)Where to begin with single malt whisky? Times, Sunday Times (2009)One or two were swigging from a whisky bottle. The Sun (2015)That is precisely the concern of many in the whisky industry. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Whisky and ginger wine is good at this time of the year. The Sun (2009)There is no combination in the world quite like haggis and great malt whisky. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Serve in a whisky glass and add the bitters. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Two small glasses of wine or four single whiskies could have the same effect. The Sun (2015)But he said when he wanted to lose weight he switched from beer to wine and whisky. The Sun (2013)My only vice now is single malt whisky. Times, Sunday Times (2011)He also has taught me how to drink whisky without throwing up. The Sun (2011)Prepare to weep into your whisky glass. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Take the single malt whisky flavour map. Times, Sunday Times (2008)An empty bottle of whisky was found in the buggy. The Sun (2013)Followed by sticky toffee pudding with malt whisky ice cream. Times, Sunday Times (2011)The very best stuff is aged for years and is similar in price to malt whisky or fine wine. The Sun (2013)As any fool knows, grain whisky is cheap rubbish. Times, Sunday Times (2007)The whisky industry supports many permanent residents, which means fewer second homes are available. Times, Sunday Times (2013)The Indian whisky industry is very strong. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Action three Stop drinking whisky with dinner. Times, Sunday Times (2008)One can imagine the glass of whisky, a fire burning in the hearth. Times, Sunday Times (2014)
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Translations for 'whisky'
British English: whisky /ˈwɪskɪ/ NOUN
Whisky is a strong alcoholic drink made, especially in Scotland, from grain such as barley or rye.
- American English: whiskey
- Arabic: وِسْكي
- Brazilian Portuguese: uísque
- Chinese: 威士忌
- Croatian: viski
- Czech: whisky
- Danish: whisky
- Dutch: whisky
- European Spanish: whisky
- Finnish: viski
- French: whisky
- German: Whisky
- Greek: ουίσκι
- Italian: whisky
- Japanese: ウイスキー
- Korean: 위스키
- Norwegian: whisky
- Polish: whisky
- European Portuguese: uísque
- Romanian: whisky
- Russian: виски
- Spanish: whisky
- Swedish: whisky
- Thai: วิสกี้
- Turkish: viski
- Ukrainian: віскі
- Vietnamese: rượu whisky
Definition of whisky from the Collins English Dictionary
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