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Translation of "alcohol" - English-Spanish dictionary

alcohol

noun [no plural]   /ˈæl·kə·hɒl/
A2 drinks such as wine and beer that can make you drunk alcohol
A2 the substance that can make you drunk, produced in the process of making wine, beer, etc. alcohol
(Definition of alcohol from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

alcohol

noun /ˈӕlkəhol/
liquid made by the fermentation or distillation of sugar, present in intoxicating drinks, used also as a fuel, and in thermometers alcohol Some people do not drink alcohol for religious reasons.
alcoholic adjective
(opposite non-alcoholic) of or containing alcohol alcohólico We’re not allowed to sell alcoholic drinks to people under 18 years of age.
caused by alcohol alcohólico an alcoholic stupor.
alcoholism noun
the condition suffered by an alcoholic alcoholismo She’s recovering from alcoholism.
(Definition of alcohol from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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