Definition of alcohol-free in English:

alcohol-free

Syllabification: al·co·hol-free
Pronunciation: /ˈalkəˌhôlˌfrē
 
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adjective

1(Of a drink) not containing alcohol (denoting varieties of normally alcoholic drinks from which the alcohol has been removed): alcohol-free wines
More example sentences
  • Try alcohol-free beers, wines, and mixed drinks as a substitute.
  • Alas, this tasting shows that many brewers have not improved the drinkability of their alcohol-free beers and lagers since their introduction.
  • Consider also that alcohol-free beverages and drinks are loaded with profit.
2Where, or during which, alcoholic drinks are not consumed: the hotel has an alcohol-free bar
More example sentences
  • Blundell Park's six bars will be an alcohol-free zone after the Mariners forgot to re-apply for their drinks licence in time.
  • Those who defy the ban and continue to drink in alcohol-free areas face arrest and fines of up to £500.
  • The town centre is an alcohol-free zone, but this doesn't put them off.

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