English version

soda in Cooking topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishsodaso‧da /ˈsəʊdə $ ˈsoʊ-/ ●●● S3 noun  1 [countable, uncountable] (also soda water)DFD water that contains bubbles and is often added to alcoholic drinks a Scotch and soda2 [countable, uncountable] (also soda pop) American EnglishDFD a sweet drink containing bubbles, or a can or bottle of this drink syn pop a can of orange soda a cooler full of sodas3 [countable] American EnglishDFD an ice-cream soda a strawberry soda4 [uncountable]DFCDHC a substance in the form of a powder containing sodium, that is used for cooking or cleaning syn bicarbonate of soda baking soda
Examples from the Corpus
sodaOr realising that it really was Robert Duval sipping a soda at the counter.Each had its own little store for beer and sodas and such things.The counterman packs the sandwich and soda in a paper bag.There he could get a good whisky and soda and reflect on his unfortunate position.But given heavy doses of baking soda he began to recover, and was perfectly normal three days later.Beat in the coffee and when the mixture is creamy and light, add the bicarbonate of soda and the chopped walnuts.Caen drank Campari with soda while waiting for Mayor Willie Brown, who was late as always.