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vod·ka

 (vŏd′kə)
n.
An alcoholic liquor originally distilled from fermented wheat mash but now also made from a mash of rye, corn, or potatoes.

[Russian, diminutive of voda, water; see wed- in Indo-European roots.]

vodka

(ˈvɒdkə)
n
(Brewing) an alcoholic drink originating in Russia, made from grain, potatoes, etc, usually consisting only of rectified spirit and water
[C19: from Russian, diminutive of voda water; related to Sanskrit udan water, Greek hudōr]

vod•ka

(ˈvɒd kə)

n.
a colorless distilled alcoholic spirit made esp. from rye or wheat mash.
[1795–1805; < Russian]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.vodka - unaged colorless liquor originating in Russiavodka - unaged colorless liquor originating in Russia
booze, hard drink, hard liquor, John Barleycorn, liquor, spirits, strong drink - an alcoholic beverage that is distilled rather than fermented
Bloody Mary - a cocktail made with vodka and spicy tomato juice
bullshot - a cocktail made with vodka and beef bouillon or consomme
vodka martini - martini made with vodka rather than gin
screwdriver - a cocktail made with vodka and orange juice
Translations
فودْكافودكا
водка
vodka
vodka
vodko
viinvodka
votkaryyppy
votka
vodka
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ウォッカ
보드카
vodca
degtinė
degvīns
vodcă
vodka
vodka
vodka
เหล้าวอดกาของรัสเซียไม่มีสี
rượu vodka

vodka

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vodka

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vodka

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vodka

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vodka

(ˈvodkə) noun
an alcoholic spirit made from rye or sometimes from potatoes, originating in Russia.

vodka

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