In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1.1(soda water)soda feminineagua de seltzScotch and soda — whisky con soda / sifón masculine
- We went to the beach, sunbathed, read books under straw parasols, ate olives and drank cheap red wine watered down with soda water.
- I didn't observe what Peter ate but I did notice he added soda water to his tea.
- In a bowl, combine flour and cornstarch; season with salt and pepper to taste and whisk in soda water until smooth.
- I noticed it fizzing in the glass and thought it must be soda water.
- Two vodkas with soda water later is my only transgression.
- The third method, to be avoided by any serious wine lover, is the injection of carbon dioxide into the wine immediately before bottling, as in soda water or Coca-Cola.
- Muddle the mint and the rest of the ingredients in the glass until the sugar has melted before topping up with crushed ice and a whoosh of soda water or sparkling mineral water.
- Last seen, Jerry was celebrating with soda water instead of his customary libation in a brown bottle.
- So if I'm going to taste soda water, I'd rather drink some that has some flavor to it.
- The basic mixers are cola, lemon-lime soda, tonic water, soda water, orange juice, cranberry juice, tomato juice, ginger ale and grapefruit juice.
- Tom Valdes has always enjoyed a Rum Collins, made with lemon juice and soda water.
- Put 3-4 peppermint teabags in a glass of soda water on a sunny window sill.
- Chris offered Avril some wine, but she preferred some soda water.
- The alcohol content can be tamed by using non-alcoholic Triple Sec or orange-flavored soda water.
- Amy reached into her lunch bag and took out a bottle of soda water.
- I washed that down with soda water and indulged in a slice of wholegrain bread with a thin slice of cheese and a smidgeon of honey and munched mournfully on an apple.
- I walked to the bar where they had cleared all the alcohol and were selling water and sodas.
- The girl's drinks were always tea or soda water.
- In his dissertation, he presented theory and experiments on the osmotic pressure of concentrated solutions of carbon dioxide in various solvents - just generalized soda water.
- To get rid of red wine stains on furnishings and carpets don't apply salt - use carbonated soda water instead.
1.2US (flavored)refresco masculinefresco masculine Latin Americaorange soda — naranjada feminine
- They were brought up on sweet beverages and soda, and on caffeine.
- On the fluid side, you're competing against sodas, fruit drinks and energy drinks.
- My diet shifted from foods high in sugar and fat, such as cheesecake, ice cream and soda, to foods rich in lean protein, such as chicken and fish.
- The combination of salt on the fries and a litre of sweet cold soda - not the Diet kind - can be relied upon to get me back on my feet and ready to take on the world quickly and without unpleasant side effects.
- James is happy to drink water instead of squash but refuses to drink low sugar sodas or squashes.
- The rest of the day was spent consuming massive amounts of diet soda and rediscovering the fact that too much caffeine made her twitchy and a little off kilter.
- That's the sugar you'd get in three to five 12-ounce cans of soda.
- Every diet gone bad has its usual suspects - soda, sweets, French fries, et cetera.
- My laughing and petty revenge seemed to have made that soda sweeter.
- Laid out on the table were bottles of alcohol, sodas, Cokes and crisps.
- Today, the average American consumes over 220 L of soda per year, and one teenager in seven is overweight.
- Mr. Shongut reached into his fridge and pulled out a sweet, ice cold soda.
- But pretty soon all he can think about is those extra hundred sodas he could be drinking.
- The consumption of canned soda is naturally high in schools without drinking fountains.
- He quit drinking his five sodas per day, started eating scheduled meals and avoided fat.
- Valtin says people can obtain water from many beverages and foods, from sodas to fruits.
- It takes him a can of soda, preferably Coke, for him to be fully awake at this time of day.
- This has everything I am looking for in a soda: Grapefruit, natural ingredients, the colour pink and a mild fizz.
- Simple sugars, like those found in sweetened juices, sodas and fruit cups cause a spike in blood sugar.
- So if you drink three sodas a day, for instance, try cutting back to two.
1.3US (ice-cream soda)ice-cream soda masculine Latin America
refresco con helado
2Chemistrysoda femininesosa feminine
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