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lager in Drink topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishlagerla‧ger /ˈlɑːɡə $ -ər/ noun  [countable, uncountable]DFD British English a light-coloured beer, or a glass of this type of beercan/bottle/glass etc of lager a pint of lager
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lagerPolice said he acted like a lager lout and hit an officer.He elbowed his way to the bar and ordered a lager and a ham sandwich.Draught lager and bitter are available accompaniments.The fact that the accused was suspicious that barrels of lager were stolen was not sufficient.I flicked on the box and took a can of lager from the fridge.This, plus a gutful of lager would have stirred a concrete cuppa.He said he had drunk eight to 10 pints of lager and some vodka and tonic, the court was told.A fully comprehensive stock including two bitters, three lagers, Guinness and cider on draught.can/bottle/glass etc of lagerHe joined her a few minutes later carrying her drink and a glass of lager for himself.But it was probably a can of lager.I flicked on the box and took a can of lager from the fridge.The boss brought in cans of lager for their break.If you weren't far away On your own special day, I could give you a really nice glass of lager.You will be able to sample a refreshing glass of lager or a soft drink in the Visitors' Department afterwards.He gave himself up to police later that night and said he had drunk two cans of lager.For instance, if you need two cans of lager, picture a shoe overflowing with beer.