Translation of poteen in Spanish:

poteen

Pronunciation /pɑˈtin//pəˈtʃiːn//pəˈtiːn//poʊˈtin/

noun

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    en Irlanda, aguardiente o whisky destilado ilegalmente
    • The distiller recommends only drinking the 180 proof poteen with mixers.
    • For more than a wee while, we discussed the potato and poteen, that wickedly potent brew that has been known to kick-start a reluctant cow into labour.
    • The history of the Knockeen Hills brand is becoming a legend in itself, having first been produced when the sale of poteen was still illegal in Ireland.
    • Poitin or poteen is a Gaelic word meaning ‘little pot’ applied to whiskey made in illicit stills.
    • I wasn't sure what Martinis were but they were something like the stuff called poteen that was given to special visitors like the priest or to the postman at Christmas.
    • There in the shebeen they sold poteen and punch while in the pubs, beer and spirits were available.
    • Meanwhile, the authorities at Limerick prison have started a major crackdown on a very potent form of jail poteen which prisoners make for consumption at Christmas.
    • Then again, it might be nothing more serious than the fact that I grew up in poteen country where there were several shades of grey between good and evil.
    • Well, he recently confessed to enjoying a regular breakfast of potatoes covered in Guinness washed down with a steaming hot mug of poteen.
    • The local priest sent word to the Station that same night that he heard of poteen being sold in full view and openly at a certain premises and could I go there hotfoot?
    • They raided a poteen still in Riley's Place a month ago.
    • Apart from promoting food crops the papers at the time were full with reports of poteen making, hen stealing and, even in two cases, of people stealing potatoes from fields.
    • That day a large group of village people gathered around a long picnic table eating barbecued lamb and singing Bosnian folk songs helped along by a strange Bosnian drink not unlike poteen.
    • I caught a bit of this on Radio 4 yesterday: stuff I had never known about the distilling of illicit liquor in Scotland and Ireland, moonshine and poteen.
    • The request was granted 12 hours later and I was rewarded with a bottle of poteen as the Doctors did not accept a fee in such cases.