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Meaning of “gin” - Learner’s Dictionary

gin

noun [C, U]     /dʒɪn/
a strong alcoholic drink that has no colourSpirits and distilling
Translations of “gin”
in Arabic جِن (مَشروب كُحولي)…
in Korean 진(술)…
in Malaysian gin…
in French gin…
in Turkish cin, bir tür alkollü içecek…
in Italian gin…
in Chinese (Traditional) 杜松子酒…
in Russian джин…
in Polish dżin…
in Vietnamese rượu gin…
in Spanish ginebra…
in Portuguese gim…
in Thai เหล้าชนิดหนึ่ง…
in German der Gin…
in Catalan ginebra…
in Japanese ジン(アルコールの一種)…
in Indonesian gin…
in Chinese (Simplified) 杜松子酒…
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