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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
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shandyshan‧dy /ˈʃændi/ noun (plural shandies) [countable, uncountable] British English  DFDa drink made of beer mixed with lemonade(2), or a glass of this drink
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shandyThe dodgy dance performed by a goal-scorer looks just like Steve outside the pub loos after half a shandy!It's just a shandy for me.Five or six teenagers loiter in front of a newsagent, drinking shandy and smoking.Maggie said she'd have a half of shandy, Susan ordered the same.As we sat and sipped our half-pint shandies I reflected on what a lucky choice of company I had made.
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