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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
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tequilate‧qui‧la /təˈkiːlə/ noun [countable, uncountable]  DFDa strong alcoholic drink made in Mexico
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tequilaBut seriously, you say, how highbrow can tequila really get?South-of-the-Border, where peons in ponchos drank flaming tequila, he wore a blinding white tropical suit.Try stuffed chilis in a sauce of nuts and cream or shrimp cooked in tequila.For more than a decade, far more tequila has flowed north of the Rio Grande than south of it.I hoped my tequila was intact.The tequila didn't last long.They aged their tequila in oak barrels for longer periods.
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