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so·da

 (sō′də)
n.
1.
a. Any of various forms of sodium carbonate.
b. Chemically combined sodium.
2.
b. Chiefly Northeastern US, Eastern Missouri, & Southwestern Illinois See soft drink. tonic
3. A refreshment made from carbonated water, ice cream, and usually a flavoring.
4. Games The card turned face up and discarded at the beginning of faro.

[Middle English sode, soda, saltwort, soda, from Old Italian soda, perhaps from Arabic suwayd, soda, soda-plant or suwayda, type of saltwort; see šwd in Semitic roots.]

soda

(ˈsəʊdə)
n
1. (Elements & Compounds) any of a number of simple inorganic compounds of sodium, such as sodium carbonate (washing soda), sodium bicarbonate (baking soda), and sodium hydroxide (caustic soda)
2. (Cookery) See soda water
3. (Cookery) US and Canadian a fizzy drink
4. (Card Games) the top card of the pack in faro
5. a soda slang Austral something easily done; a pushover
[C16: from Medieval Latin, from sodanum barilla, a plant that was burned to obtain a type of sodium carbonate, perhaps of Arabic origin]

so•da

(ˈsoʊ də)

n., pl. -das.
3. sodium: carbonate of soda.
5. a drink made with soda water, flavored syrup, and often ice cream.
7. (in faro) the card turned up in the dealing box before one begins to play.
[1550–60; (< Italian) < Medieval Latin < Arabic suwwādah kind of plant]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.soda - a sodium salt of carbonic acidsoda - a sodium salt of carbonic acid; used in making soap powders and glass and paper
salt - a compound formed by replacing hydrogen in an acid by a metal (or a radical that acts like a metal)
2.soda - a sweet drink containing carbonated water and flavoringsoda - a sweet drink containing carbonated water and flavoring; "in New England they call sodas tonics"
soft drink - nonalcoholic beverage (usually carbonated)
carbonated water, club soda, soda water, sparkling water, seltzer - effervescent beverage artificially charged with carbon dioxide
Translations
صوداماء الصودامَشْروب الصودا والبوظَه
sodastřik se zmrzlinou
icecream-sodasoda
kivennäisvesilimonadinatriumkarbonaattisoodasoodavesi
szódaüdítõital
gosdrykkurnatríum; sódisódavatn
sodasodos vanduo
gāzēts dzēriens ar saldējumugāzēts ūdenssoda
sóda
sodavica
maden suyusodasodalı dondurma

soda

[ˈsəʊdə]
A. N
1. (Chem) → sosa f (Culin) → bicarbonato m (sódico)
2. (= drink) → soda f
whisky and sodawhisky-soda m
do you like soda with it?¿te echo un poco de sifón?, ¿con soda?
3. (US) (= pop) → gaseosa f, refresco m
B. CPD soda ash Nsosa f comercial, ceniza f de soda
soda bread N pan hecho con levadura de bicarbonato
soda fountain Ncafé-bar m
soda siphon Nsifón m
soda water Nsoda f

soda

[ˈsəʊdə] n
(CHEMISTRY)soude f
(also soda water) → eau f gazeuse; (for cocktails)soda m
a whisky and soda → un whisky soda
(US) (also soda pop) → soda msoda biscuit n (US)scone msoda bread npain m irlandais (au bicarbonate)soda cracker (US) nbiscuit m salésoda fountain n (US)
(= place) → buvette f
(= siphon) → siphon m d'eau de Seltzsoda siphon nsiphon m d'eau de Seltzsoda water neau f de Seltz

soda

n
(Chem) → Soda nt; (= sodium oxide)Natriumoxid nt; (= caustic soda)Ätznatron nt
(= soda water)Soda(wasser) nt; (US: = sweet carbonated drink) → Limo f (inf), → Softdrink m

soda

:
soda biscuit, (US) soda cracker
nKräcker m
soda bread
n mit Backpulver gebackenes Brot
soda crystals
pl(Wasch)soda nt
soda fountain
n (dated US: serving drinks etc) → Theke f
soda pop
n (US inf) → Limo f (inf)

soda

:
soda siphon
nSiphon m
soda water
nSodawasser nt

soda

[ˈsəʊdə] n
a. (Chem) → soda
b. (drink) → seltz m inv
whisky and soda → whisky e soda
c. (Am) (also soda pop) → gassosa

soda

(ˈsəudə) noun
1. the name given to several substances formed with sodium, especially one (washing soda or sodium carbonate) in the form of crystals, used for washing, or one (baking soda or sodium bicarbonate) used in baking.
2. soda-water. whisky and soda.
3. (American) a drink made with flavoured soda-water and usually ice-cream.
ˈsoda-water noun
water through which the gas carbon dioxide has been passed, making it fizzy.

so·da

n. soda, carbonato de sodio;
baking ___bicarbonato de sodio.
References in periodicals archive ?
30) Ne dear ic nu for godes ege sodes gesweogian (WHom 41.
7-10); << vos non sodes i conhocedor >> (70,28, B1493 / VI104, v.
In practice, SODEs are frequently treated as either initial value problems (IVPs) or boundary value problems (BVPs).