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san·gri·a

 (săng-grē′ə, săn-)
n.
A cold drink made of red or white wine mixed with brandy, sugar, fruit juice, and soda water. Also called sangaree.

[Probably from Spanish sangría, act of bleeding, sangria, from sangre, blood, from Latin sanguis, sanguin-.]
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sangria

(sæŋˈɡriːə)
n
(Brewing) a Spanish drink of red wine, sugar, spices, fruit, and soda water or lemonade, sometimes laced with rum or brandy
[Spanish: a bleeding; see sangaree]
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san•grí•a

or san•gri•a

(sæŋˈgri ə, sæn-)

n.
an iced drink typically of red wine, sugar, sliced fruit and fruit juice, soda water, and spices.
[1960–65; < Sp, =sangr(e) blood (see sanguine) + -ía n. suffix]
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.sangria - sweetened red wine and orange or lemon juice with soda water
drink - a single serving of a beverage; "I asked for a hot drink"; "likes a drink before dinner"
red wine - wine having a red color derived from skins of dark-colored grapes
Espana, Kingdom of Spain, Spain - a parliamentary monarchy in southwestern Europe on the Iberian Peninsula; a former colonial power
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Translations

sangria

[sæŋˈgriːə] Nsangría f
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sangria

nSangria f
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sangria

[sæŋˈgrːə] nsangria
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the white wine for sangria. PHOTO | ABIGAIL ARUNGA class="MsoNormal'KENYAN JOINT' class="MsoNormalAfter the champagne, when most people were seated, we were welcomed with more drinks ndash this really is a Kenyan joint ndash in the form of red and white sangrias, for those who were partakers, and minty pineades for those who were not.
This year, Sangria Fest presents the city's most unique sangrias served up by some of its top bartenders, in addition to boasting some of the biggest summer offerings of authentic Latino foods, arts, bands and dance performances all weekend in benefit of local charities.
AED 276 per person inclusive of food and a selection of bottled hops and sangrias
CPK's best-selling drinks have long been its red and white sangrias. About two years ago, the beverage staff believed that they could build a better sangria.
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De acuerdo a la magnitud de las medias geometricas de las sangrias por dia, TABLA III, se aprecia que el titulo de anticuerpos optimo fue de 602 [micron]g/ml de suero, alcanzado en la sangria del dia 21, tres dias despues de la ultima inoculacion y la mas baja fue de 115,2 [micron]g/ml de suero en la sangria del dia 70.
Morgan says the selection of sangrias has been most popular in all markets, including the Watermelon Lime Sangria on the Texas menu, with Little Black Dress moscato, watermelon liqueur, lime and watermelon balls.
But thanks to an emphasis on seasonal ingredients and customized recipes to fit the individual concepts and markets, Signature Sangrias represent nearly 21% of all liquor sales at Tavistock's 12 Joe's American outlets; 19% of wine sales at Zed45I in Chicago; and nearly 21% of all cocktails sold at Cafe del Rey in Los Angeles.
Hospitality USA provides the perfect example with "The Amazingly Stupendous Summer of Sangrias" at its Sherlock's Baker St.
Mixologist and manager James Bobby created two different recipes under the title Seven Samurai Sangria. "The Seven Samurai Sangrias are our best sellers," he notes.