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vodka

noun [C or U] uk   /ˈvɒd.kə/  us   /ˈvɑːd-/
a clear, strong alcoholic drink made especially from grain or potatoes: "What would you like to drink?" "Vodka and tonic please." This is my third vodka (= glass of vodka).
Translations of “vodka”
in Arabic فودكا (مَشروب كُحولي)…
in Korean 보드카…
in Malaysian vodka…
in French vodka…
in Turkish votka…
in Italian vodka…
in Chinese (Traditional) 伏特加(酒)…
in Russian водка…
in Polish wódka…
in Vietnamese rượu vốt ka…
in Spanish vodka…
in Portuguese vodca…
in Thai เหล้าวอดก้า…
in German der Wodka…
in Catalan vodka…
in Japanese ウォッカ…
in Indonesian vodka…
in Chinese (Simplified) 伏特加(酒)…
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