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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
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lemonadelem‧on‧ade /ˌleməˈneɪd◂/ ●●○ noun [countable, uncountable]  1 British EnglishDFD a sweet fizzy drink that tastes of lemons a glass of lemonade Would you like a lemonade?2 DFDa drink made from lemons, sugar, and water
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lemonadeSo give her a lemonade, will you?Remember that little child in you who ran a lemonade stand.Sally-Anne was still seated on her bench, the empty lemonade glass beside her.They made endless iced tea, endless lemonade, and Jasper marveled at how well they kept the house clean.But when it's time for lemonade refills or extra plates for sharing, they're A students.Champagne was guzzled like lemonade and flexible friends took care of the bill.It was no different from collecting the deposit on lemonade bottles.Walkers have to drink half a pint of ale or lemonade at four pubs on the six mile route.
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