Definition of 'lemonade'

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Example sentences containing 'lemonade'

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To make fresh lemonade using my own lemons is the most exciting thing in the world. The Sun (2013)She probably tries to drink lemonade by sticking her finger in it. Times, Sunday Times (2010)He drinks a latte, then a bottle of lemonade at a café across from his office. Times, Sunday Times (2011)And she can make lemonade and a decent shepherd's pie. Times, Sunday Times (2014)All you need to do then is top up with four parts ice-cold fizzy lemonade or ginger beer. Times, Sunday Times (2010)They tried to live like the middle class in any other seaside town, with fresh lemonade and ice cream. Charles Glass The Tribes Triumphant (2006)It was a lemonade bottle. Times, Sunday Times (2012)I'll be using them to make lemonade. The Sun (2012)Top tip If you get lemons, make lemonade. Times, Sunday Times (2015)In the nearby bar, the drink was poured from a 50ml shot measure and topped up with ice and lemonade. Times, Sunday Times (2014)

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Translations for 'lemonade'

British English: lemonade /ˌlɛməˈneɪd/ NOUN
Lemonade is a clear, sweet, fizzy drink, or a drink that is made from lemons, sugar, and water.
He was pouring ice and lemonade into tall glasses.
  • American English: lemonade
  • Arabic: عَصِيرٌ الّلَيْمُونِ الـمُحَلَّى
  • Brazilian Portuguese: limonada
  • Chinese: 柠檬水
  • Croatian: limunada
  • Czech: limonáda
  • Danish: limonade
  • Dutch: limonade
  • European Spanish: limonada
  • Finnish: limonadi
  • French: limonade
  • German: Limonade
  • Greek: λεμονάδα
  • Italian: limonata
  • Japanese: レモネード
  • Korean: 레모네이드
  • Norwegian: limonade
  • Polish: lemoniada
  • European Portuguese: limonada
  • Romanian: limonadă
  • Russian: лимонад
  • Spanish: limonada
  • Swedish: sockerdricka
  • Thai: น้ำมะนาว
  • Turkish: limonata
  • Ukrainian: лимонад
  • Vietnamese: nước chanh


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