soft drinknoun [ C ]uk /ˌsɒft ˈdrɪŋk/ us /ˌsɑːft ˈdrɪŋk/
Examples from literature
- Doctors say that drinking only one soft drink a day makes it twice as possible that a person will get diabetes.
- For example, a soft drink can have 39 grams of sugar – that’s about 13 teaspoons.
- For example, many soft drinks now use artificial sweeteners.
- For example, sometimes water is needed in the production of food items like soft drinks, soups, and juices.
- France, Hungary, and Finland are countries where there are now taxes on foods with a lot of sugar, like soft drinks.
- These soft drinks are sometimes called “lite” or “diet” drinks to show that they don’t have sugar in them.