lemonade

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lem·on·ade

 (lĕm′ə-nād′)
n.
A drink made of lemon juice, water, and sugar.

lemonade

(ˌlɛməˈneɪd)
n
(Cookery) a drink made from lemon juice, sugar, and water or from carbonated water, citric acid, etc

lem•on•ade

(ˌlɛm əˈneɪd, ˈlɛm əˌneɪd)

n.
a beverage consisting of lemon juice, sweetener, and water, sometimes carbonated.
[1655–65; < French limonade or Sp limonada; see lemon, -ade1]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.lemonade - sweetened beverage of diluted lemon juicelemonade - sweetened beverage of diluted lemon juice
ade, fruit drink - a sweetened beverage of diluted fruit juice
Translations
citrónovkalimonáda
lemonadelimonade
limonado
limonadisitruunamehu
limunada
limonádé
límonaîi
レモネード
레모네이드
citronáda
limonada
sockerdricka
น้ำมะนาว
nước chanh

lemonade

[ˌleməˈneɪd] Nlimonada f, gaseosa f (Sp)

lemonade

[ˌlɛməˈneɪd] nlimonade flemon cheese lemon curd n (British)crème f au citron

lemonade

nLimonade f; (with lemon flavour) → Zitronenlimonade f

lemonade

[ˌlɛməˈneɪd] n (fizzy drink) → gassosa; (with lemon flavour) → limonata

lemon

(ˈlemən) noun, adjective
1. (of) a type of oval, juicy, citrus fruit with pale yellow skin and very sour juice. She added the juice of a lemon to the pudding; a lemon drink.
2. (of) the colour of this fruit. a pale lemon dress.
lemoˈnade (-ˈneid) noun
a (fizzy) drink flavoured with lemons.
lemon grass
a tough grass with a strong scent, used to flavour food.

lemonade

عَصِيرٌ الّلَيْمُونِ الـمُحَلَّى limonáda limonade Limonade λεμονάδα limonada limonadi limonade limunada limonata レモネード 레모네이드 limonade limonade lemoniada limonada лимонад sockerdricka น้ำมะนาว limonata nước chanh 柠檬水
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Noirtier directed their attention to a waiter, on which was placed a decanter containing lemonade and a glass.
With a grace all her own, Cecilia dived under the bed, and produced a basket of jam tarts, a basket of fruit and sweetmeats, a basket of sparkling lemonade, and a superb cake--all paid for by general subscriptions, and smuggled into the room by kind connivance of the servants.
But now, Tom, while they're making the lemonade, let's get down to business.
He proposes to try hot lemonade as a means of inducing perspiration in bed.
I reminded him that there was concentrated lemonade in the hamper, and a gallon-jar of water in the nose of the boat, and that the two only wanted mixing to make a cool and refreshing beverage.
It was covered by a cup, which might also, when removed, be used to drink the lemonade from.
Some ragged little boys from the depot sold pop and iced lemonade under a white umbrella at the corner, and made faces at the spruce youngsters who came to dance.
Each guest had been served with a crystal goblet filled with lacasa, which is a sort of nectar famous in Oz and nicer to drink than soda-water or lemonade.
I'll build myself a beautiful palace, with a thousand stables filled with a thousand wooden horses to play with, a cellar overflowing with lemonade and ice cream soda, and a library of candies and fruits, cakes and cookies.
But the pig and the dog and the owl, Too- Too, could do nothing in such weather, but sat at the end of the ship in the shade of a big barrel, with their tongues hanging out, drinking lemonade.
He had the letter taken from his pocket and the table- on which stood a glass of lemonade and a spiral wax candle- moved close to the bed, and putting on his spectacles he began reading.
Then do the swains appear with tea, with lemonade, with sandwiches, with homage.