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Definition of Beverages
BeverageBeverage Bev"er*age, n. [OF. bevrage, F. breuvage, fr. beivre
to drink, fr. L. bibere. Cf. Bib, v. t., Poison,
1. Liquid for drinking; drink; -- usually applied to drink
artificially prepared and of an agreeable flavor; as, an
He knew no beverage but the flowing stream.
2. Specifically, a name applied to various kinds of drink.
3. A treat, or drink money. [Slang]
Meaning of Beverages from wikipedia
- non-alcoholic beverages containing calming
ingredients. They are considered beverages which serve
a person. Unlike other calming beverages
, such as...
- Varun Beverages Limited
(VBL) is an Indian company
that produces, bottles
and distributes beverages
. It is the second largest bottling company
- Wikimedia Commons
has media related
to Alcoholic beverages
has a travel guide
for Alcoholic beverages
. Wikibooks Cookbook
has a recipe/module on...
- spirits rather
than beverages produced
alone, it can sometimes
be used more broadly
to any alcoholic beverage
(or even non-alcoholic...
- Adirondack Beverages
is a beverage company
in the New York state
area. In the 1990s, Adirondack Beverages
by Polar Beverages
. They produce...
- Polar Beverages
is a soft drink company based
in Worcester, M****achusetts. It is a manufacturer
of sparkling fruit beverages
the globe. Tampico Beverages
is wholly owned
by Houchens Industries
in 1989, Tampico Beverages began
with just one flavor:...
- juice drinks
and other beverages
of US$0.99 in the United States
and C$1.29 in Canada. Their beverages
also come in 16 oz...
- In the alcoholic beverages
are substances, other
than the desired
type of alcohol, ethanol, produced during
- all such beverages
, not only for those
from lemons. Similarly, the Slovak language
uses "malinovka" (= "raspberry water") for all such beverages
, not only...
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