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lagernoun [C or U]

uk   /ˈlɑː.ɡər/  us   /-ɡɚ/
a type of beer that is pale in colour and usually contains a lot of bubbles: Two pints of lager and a packet of crisps, please.
Translations of “lager”
in Arabic بِيْرَة, جَعة (نوع من البيرة الخفيفة)…
in Korean 라거…
in Malaysian bir…
in French bière blonde (de type allemand)…
in Turkish hafif bira…
in Italian birra chiara…
in Chinese (Traditional) 淡啤酒…
in Russian светлое пиво…
in Polish piwo jasne…
in Vietnamese loại bia nhẹ…
in Spanish cerveza rubia…
in Portuguese cerveja clara…
in Thai เบียร์ชนิดหนึ่งมีสีอ่อน…
in German das Lagerbier…
in Catalan cervesa rossa lleugera…
in Japanese ラガービール…
in Indonesian bir…
in Chinese (Simplified) 淡啤酒…
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