Translation of aperitif in Spanish:

aperitif

aperitivo, n.

(apéritif)

Pronunciation: /əˈpɛrɪtiːf//ɑˌpɛrəˈtɪf//əˌpɛrɪˈtiːf/

noun

  • 1

    aperitivo masculine
    • It would also double as an aperitif if you don't like sparkling wines.
    • Start off your meal with an aperitif in the spacious rear courtyard of the renovated French villa, which attracts a mixture of expats and locals prowling for a break from street corner fare.
    • With a champagne aperitif, a modest bottle of wine and liqueurs, a family of four could spend well in excess of £600.
    • Sipping an unhurried aperitif, the menu not only makes your mouth water, it brings tears of joy to the eyes.
    • Don't be put off by the burnt, sharp aroma - this has a light, peppery, slightly sweet taste and makes a fine aperitif.
    • Take advantage of that moment and suggest an aperitif in the form of a sparkling wine.
    • After aperitifs - sherry for Vicky and white port for me - we were brought what was described as ‘celery cappuccino’.
    • We settled back in the covered patio area and had a cocktail as an aperitif, while perusing the menu.
    • Sekt in Gemany and Austria is largely made from Riesling, yielding fruit-driven and light wines that are terrific aperitifs.
    • And various experiments have shown that drinking an aperitif increases both the time spent eating and the number of calories consumed at a sitting.
    • With 12.5 per cent alcohol, this pleasing white works best as an aperitif and without food.
    • I like to have two types of bubbles to hand at Christmas: a cheapie for Buck's fizz and impromptu parties and a decent Champagne to drink as an aperitif before lunch.
    • It is a very dry wine best drunk as an aperitif, and served slightly chilled.
    • Whiskey, aperitifs and wine were on hand, with some local beer thrown in for good measure.
    • Old and new world wines complement dinner, and aperitifs and after-dinner drinks are served in the airy drawing room beside the turf fires.
    • Slip off your shoes when you get home, fling open the windows, pour an aperitif and cook something that makes you feel as if you are in a buzzy tapas bar, on the deck of a yacht or on the terrace of a French café.
    • More like a liqueur than an aperitif (although it is deceptively sweet), only the unwary would approach it with abandon.
    • The dinner was progressing slowly, almost formally, with aperitifs, appetizers, and now soups.
    • In fact, they were right in keeping with the decor of whitewashed walls and a jumble of French posters advertising long-forgotten wines and aperitifs.
    • After an aperitif of homemade orange vodka, a little organic wine is drunk and everyone is in high spirits.