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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
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ciderci‧der /ˈsaɪdə $ -ər/ noun  1 [countable, uncountable] British EnglishDFD an alcoholic drink made from apples, or a glass of this drink syn hard cider American English2 [uncountable] (also apple cider) American EnglishDFD a non-alcoholic drink made from apples
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ciderThe original juice may be from cider apples, but it is just as likely to be imported eating apple juice concentrate.They looked at me apprehensively when I asked for a drink of cider or wine.But he had had three glasses of cider on top of all that spaghettibolognese.And young boys grin over their first pint of cider.Large, rotting cider casks in a derelict part of the mill bear silent witness to this now forgotten trade.That cider in the canteens was soon poured on the floor, and the apple jack took its place.And since the custom was revived four years ago the cider crop has never been better.It tackles the power of the Big Three cider makers and organises regular cider festivals.
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