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beer

noun
 
 
/bɪər/ US  /bɪr/
[C or U] an alcoholic drink made from grain
啤酒
He asked for a pint of beer.
他要了一品脫啤酒。
This beer is brewed in Mexico.
這種啤酒是在墨西哥釀製的。
Beer and cider
[C] a glass or container of this drink
啤酒瓶,啤酒杯,盛啤酒的容器
After a hard day's work I enjoy a beer or two.
我喜歡在辛苦工作了一整天後,喝一兩杯啤酒。
Beer and cider
Translations of “beer”
in Arabic جِعة, بيرة…
in Korean 맥주…
in Malaysian bir…
in French bière…
in Turkish bira…
in Italian birra…
in Russian пиво…
in Polish piwo…
in Vietnamese rượu bia…
in Spanish cerveza…
in Portuguese cerveja…
in Thai เบียร์…
in German das Bier…
in Catalan cervesa…
in Japanese ビール…
in Indonesian bir…
in Chinese (Simplified) 啤酒, 啤酒瓶,啤酒杯…
(Definition of beer from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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