English version

gin

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Drink
gingin /dʒɪn/ ●○○ noun 🔊 🔊 1 DFD[countable, uncountable] a strong alcoholic drink made mainly from grain, or a glass of this drink2 [uncountable] gin rummy cotton gin, pink gin
Examples from the Corpus
ginThey drank beer and gin, which Lee brought to the room but only sipped to be polite.Most products simply called gin or dry gin will have been produced by the third cheaper method.Grunte ordered a large gin for himself.Ken bought her a bottle of gin to celebrate her return home.They wore army fatigues and played brooding games of gin rummy, listening to dull rumbles from the sabotage site.Combining the three ounces of gin and vermouth that you stir you will end up with a four-ounce martini.Jess smelled gin as he grinned at her.The gin makes no obvious impression on her, neither speeds her up nor slows her down.
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