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sathi akter
Aug 01, 2022
In Messages & Memories for Harry
Then do you know that there are many other ways of saying "wine" besides alcohol? Let's raise our glasses and watch as we drink! How can you say "wine"? booze This word can refer to "all kinds of alcohol" in general, or "drinking" as a verb. It is quite common in spoken language! Let's look at a few examples: A: I am going to host a potluck party in my apartment this Friday. Would you like to join us? B: Oh, definitely! I can bring some food and booze. I don't want to spend my whole bulk sms service weekend boozing in a bar alone—that's so pathetic! sauce Cool it! In addition to the meaning of "sauce", the word sauce can also be referred to as an alcoholic beverage! Common collocations include on the sauce, which means "drink too much, drink too much", and lay off the sauce, which means "quit alcohol, stop drinking alcohol", which are usually used to persuade people to stop drinking too much. E.g: In the movie Naked, the protagonist found himself stripped off in an elevator when he woke up in the morning. However, he didn't know why since he was on the sauce the night before. He wakes up to find himself stripped naked and trapped in the elevator. But he doesn't know why, because he drank too much the night before.) A: Dude, I think you should lay off the sauce, otherwise your girlfriend will leave you forever. B: Yeah, I know, but I just can't help it. I feel really overwhelmed at work. liquor, spirit The last two words refer to "spirits". In addition to fermentation, the production process also undergoes a "distillation" process. The average alcohol concentration exceeds 35%, such as vodka (vodka), whisky (whiskey) and tequila (agave). Note that beer (beer) is not distilled and is not included! ※ In addition, the mixed liquor with low alcohol content is called cocktail (cocktail).
Happy Friday Night! Friday is the perfect time to relax with a few drinks with friends after get off work content media
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