Definición de beer
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And no one will be drinking beer. Times, Sunday Times (2016)If you want a cigarette or a beer you can do it. The Sun (2016)Heavy drinkers were those who had up to three pints of beer or six glasses of wine once a week. The Sun (2016)The first man to draw blood was given a prize of two shillings and sixpence and all the beer he could drink. Times, Sunday Times (2016)We like our beer but don't get drunk before matches or cause trouble. The Sun (2016)We had a few cans of beer, then opened a bottle of wine. The Sun (2016)A performer cycled by with an open beer bottle balanced on his head. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The beer is good too. Times, Sunday Times (2016)He likes a beer, likes to tell a joke, likes to take the mickey. Times, Sunday Times (2016)He said he had drunk four beers and a whisky. The Sun (2006)We always knew beer was good for you. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Within four months he was under pressure from landlords to make his beer taste more like others. Times, Sunday Times (2010)He dismissed anyone who drinks a beer as an alcoholic. The Sun (2013)We are not just disputing whether a beer glass is half empty or half full. Science, Technology, and Social Change (1988)Two glasses of beer a day can help to keep you regular. The Sun (2013)Maybe they should have kept the bottles of beer instead of throwing them. Times, Sunday Times (2011)He is said to have unknowingly drunk beer laced with the horse drug ketamine. The Sun (2014)The advertising is nearly as good as the beer. The Sun (2013)To ban the pipe organ from sacred music would be like banning beer from pubs. Times, Sunday Times (2006)His meals would be accompanied by one or two glasses of beer. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Place the open beer can in the centre of the baking dish. The Sun (2015)Empty beer bottles are lined up on the counter. Times, Sunday Times (2016)He extended a love for good beer to whisky. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Things like wine and beer and then tiredness and then cake. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Built in the shape of a giant beer glass it is topped with great views of the city skyline. The Sun (2012)They'd cook food there and drink beer and sit about listening to his stories. Between Worlds: A Reader, Rhetoric and Handbook (1995)It says in tests, almost one in five drinkers cannot taste the difference from alcoholic beer. The Sun (2016)Probably they had had beer to drink - and the day was very hot. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Perhaps he'd drunk too much beer. Times, Sunday Times (2014)It's the proportion of sugars that governs how alcoholic the beer is going to be. Times, Sunday Times (2015)All meals, local soft drinks and local beers and wines are included. Times, Sunday Times (2008)
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Inglés británico: beer /bɪə/ NOUN
Beer is a bitter alcoholic drink made from grain.
He sat in the kitchen drinking beer.
- Inglés americano: beer
- Árabe: بِيرَة
- Portugués brasileño: cerveja
- Chino: 啤酒
- Croata: pivo
- Checo: pivo
- Danés: øl
- Holandés: bier
- Español europeo: cerveza
- Finlandés: olut
- Francés: bière
- Alemán: Bier
- Griego: μπίρα
- Italiano: birra
- Japonés: ビール
- Coreano: 맥주
- Noruego: øl
- Polaco: piwo
- Portugués: cerveja
- Rumano: bere
- Ruso: пиво
- Español: cerveza
- Sueco: öl
- Tailandés: เบียร์
- Turco: bira
- Ucraniano: пиво
- Vietnamita: bia đồ uống
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