English translation of 'whisky'
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Ce n'est qu'un " slogan ", expliqua -t-il plus tard devant un verre de whisky.Le Monde (1999)
Dans des verres assez épais, verser du whisky irlandais puis du café brûlant sucré selon son goût.Marie Claire
Le marchand d'alcool voisin annonce la bouteille de whisky à douze dollars, celle de bordeaux à huit.Le Monde (2002)
Un camion chargé d'environ dix mille bouteilles de whisky parvint à déjouer la surveillance, avant d'être intercepté en Suède.Le Monde (2000)
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'whisky' in Other Languages
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
- Latin American Spanish: whisky
- Swedish: whisky
- Thai: วิสกี้
- Turkish: viski
- Ukrainian: віскі
- Vietnamese: rượu whisky
British English: whiskey NOUN
Whiskey is a strong alcoholic drink made from grain such as barley or rye.
...a tumbler with about an inch of whiskey in it.
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