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booze

noun [U] uk   /buːz/ informal us  
alcohol: The party's at Kate's on Friday night - bring some booze.

booze

verb [I] uk   /buːz/ informal us  
to drink alcohol: Have you been out boozing again?
Translations of “booze”
in Korean 술…
in Arabic خَمر…
in French boisson alcoolisée…
in Turkish içki, alkollü içkiler…
in Italian bevanda alcolica…
in Chinese (Traditional) 酒…
in Russian выпивка…
in Polish procenty…
in Spanish alcohol…
in Portuguese bebida…
in German Alkohol…
in Catalan beguda alcohòlica…
in Japanese 酒, アルコール飲料…
in Chinese (Simplified) 酒…
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