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Martini

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
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MartiniMar‧ti‧ni /mɑːˈtiːni $ mɑːr-/ noun [countable, uncountable] trademark  1 DFDa popular brand of vermouth2 an alcoholic drink made by mixing gin or vodka with vermouth a dry (=not sweet) Martini
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MartiniCheswick, you never mind about Martini.Chalmers has already qualified for the Challenge Martini in London on 6 March.You need four houses on every lot of the same color, Martini.Christopher arrived for a Dry Martini with his officers, some in battle-dress, some in denim fatigues like their men.Fulvio Martini, with effect from Feb. 1.Committee Chairman, Helen Martini, said it was a very sensible, if unusual decision.Maybe if we doubled the charge I could pick up channel eight, like Martini.Mayor Mike Martini, a winery owner, abstained and the vote Tuesday ended up 3-3.dry ... MartiniDry Martini, put on your bikini.Christopher arrived for a Dry Martini with his officers, some in battle-dress, some in denim fatigues like their men.She was given a dry Martini, which she hated and put down almost untouched on a table when nobody was looking.
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