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lem·on·ade

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

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

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

nLimonade f; (with lemon flavour) → Zitronenlimonade f
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lemonade

[ˌlɛməˈneɪd] n (fizzy drink) → gassosa; (with lemon flavour) → limonata
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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.
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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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References in classic literature ?
Morrel the justice to say that he ran still faster." 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.
"Though you might make a pitcher of lemonade. It's rather warm."
He proposes to try hot lemonade as a means of inducing perspiration in bed.
- HIS VIEWS ON GEORGE AND BANKS AND LEMONADE. - HE PERFORMS TRICKS.
In the cover she found a small tank that was full of very nice lemonade. 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. Santa now made a pretty speech in verse, congratulating Ozma on having a birthday, and asking every one present to drink to the health and happiness of their dearly beloved hostess.
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.
Now you may ring for ice-water; and ten minutes later for a lemonade; and ten minutes afterward, for a cigar; and by and by for a newspaper--and what is the result?