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gin and tonic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
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gin and tonicˌgin and ˈtonic noun [countable, uncountable]  DFDan alcoholic drink made with gin and tonic (=a special type of bitter-tasting water), served with ice and a thin piece of lemon or lime
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gin and tonicI will drink gin and tonic.He sipped his gin and tonic, and my eyes flitted to his gold watch and his gold bracelet.Amanda came back wearing a tee-shirt and black leggings, made herself a large gin and tonic, sat down and drank.
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