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Spanish translation of “soda”

soda

noun /ˈsəudə/
the name given to several substances formed with sodium, especially one (washing soda or sodium carbonate) in the form of crystals, used for washing, or one (baking soda or sodium bicarbonate) used in baking.
sosa
soda-water
soda
whisky and soda.
(American ) a drink made with flavoured soda-water and usually ice-cream.
gaseosa, refresco
soda water noun water through which the gas carbon dioxide has been passed, making it fizzy.
gaseosa
a bottle of soda water.
(Definition of soda from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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