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 (dăk′ə-rē, dī′kə-)
n. pl. daiq·ui·ris
An iced cocktail of rum, lime or lemon juice, and sugar.

[After Daiquirí, a village of eastern Cuba.]
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(ˈdaɪkɪrɪ; ˈdæk-) or


n, pl -ris
(Cookery) an iced drink containing rum, lime juice, and syrup or sugar
[C20: named after Daiquiri, rum-producing town in Cuba]
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(ˈdaɪ kə ri, ˈdæk ə-)

n., pl. -ris.
a cocktail of rum, lemon or lime juice, and sugar.
[1915–20; after Daiquirí, town in Cuba]
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.daiquiri - a cocktail made with rum and lime or lemon juicedaiquiri - a cocktail made with rum and lime or lemon juice
rum - liquor distilled from fermented molasses
cocktail - a short mixed drink
strawberry daiquiri - daiquiri with crushed strawberries
NADA daiquiri - a daiquiri made without alcohol
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[ˈdaɪkɪrɪ] Ndaiquiri m, daiquirí m
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[ˈdækəri ˈdaɪkəri] n (= drink) → daïquiri m
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