Definition of 'soft drink'
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The woman disappeared behind the shelter of a shack offering snacks and soft drinks. The Times Literary Supplement (2014)The rest is from processing corn into fructose for soft drinks and so on. Times, Sunday Times (2013)The study did not link diet soft drinks to heart trouble but they are key to losing weight. The Sun (2012)If you do have asthma and want a soft drink, orange juice is a good choice. Times, Sunday Times (2012)There are self-service fridges in the lobby where you can help yourself to beers or soft drinks. The Sun (2015)All meals, local soft drinks and local beers and wines are included. Times, Sunday Times (2008)The choice of complimentary drink includes a glass of house wine, a beer or a soft drink. Times, Sunday Times (2008)MOST soft drinks are fizzy and sugary. Times, Sunday Times (2006)MANY of us enjoy a fizzy drink but how much sugar is there in your favourite soft drink? The Sun (2014)There are unlocked fridges on the streets of Berlin filled with beer or soft drinks and a kiosk nearby at which to pay. Times, Sunday Times (2012)One in four consumers is buying fewer fizzy soft drinks than six months ago, largely because of recent health warnings about sugar. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Those looking to contact the soft drinks company will be asked to use email or text instead, in a bid to boost productivity. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Or I can spend six quid on a pint and a soft drink. Times, Sunday Times (2009)A complimentary bar serving wines, beers and soft drinks will be available all day. The Sun (2012)Tickets cost 15 and include a glass of wine, beer or soft drink. Times, Sunday Times (2010)And it is not the case that sugar in soft drinks is'hidden'. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Remember, bars usually stock soft drinks, too. The Sun (2015)We would bring oranges and soft drinks ( instead of beer) for the opposing teams. Christianity Today (2000)What if all the sugar now turned into soft drinks were, instead, turned into clean fuel? Times, Sunday Times (2009)A bag of Pret a Manger sandwiches and soft drinks were delivered to the parties. Times, Sunday Times (2007)San Francisco has become the first US city to require health warnings on billboards advertising fizzy soft drinks. Times, Sunday Times (2016)To stay healthy, he would work out twice a day and avoid eating the day before a challenge, shunning soft drinks and coffee. The Sun (2014)
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Translations for 'soft drink'
British English: soft drink /sɒft drɪŋk/ NOUN
A soft drink is a sweet drink that contains no alcohol.
- American English: soft drink
- Arabic: مَشْرُوبٌ غَيرُ كُحُولِيّ
- Brazilian Portuguese: refrigerante
- Chinese: 软饮料
- Croatian: bezalkoholno piće
- Czech: nealkoholický nápoj
- Danish: læskedrik
- Dutch: frisdrank
- European Spanish: refresco
- Finnish: virvoitusjuoma
- French: boisson non alcoolisée
- German: alkoholfreies Getränk
- Greek: αναψυκτικό
- Italian: bibita analcolica
- Japanese: ソフトドリンク
- Korean: 청량 음료
- Norwegian: leskedrikk
- Polish: napój bezalkoholowy
- European Portuguese: refrigerante
- Romanian: băutură nealcoolică
- Russian: безалкогольный напиток
- Spanish: refresco
- Swedish: alkoholfri dryck
- Thai: เครื่องดื่มซึ่งไม่ใช่เหล้า
- Turkish: meşrubat
- Ukrainian: безалкогольний напій
- Vietnamese: đồ uống không có cồn
Definition of soft drink from the Collins English Dictionary
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