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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
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carbonatedcar‧bon‧at‧ed /ˈkɑːbəneɪtɪd $ ˈkɑːr-/ adjective  DFDcarbonated drinks contain small bubblesfizzy carbonated spring water
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carbonatedfizzy lemonadeThis selection of carbonated and still waters cam be found on most supermarket shelves.Many people find it hard to distinguish the taste of one kola-nut-flavored carbonated beverage from another.Rosalind Lloyd, Acton, London Over the past 50 years there has been a vast increase in consumption of carbonated drinks.A white-haired race official administers a carbonated electrolyte beverage whose effect is immediate: Paul vomits all over the truck bed.Clear out your food cupboard and throw away everything that will not travel well, such as leaky, crushable or carbonated goods.Without calling Josta a carbonated love potion, Pepsi provides a little explanation on the back of each can.I'd like a glass of carbonated mineral water, please.After all, Macbride had shown that carbonated water prevented putrefaction and had antiseptic properties.
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