Definition of aperitif in English:
An alcoholic drink taken before a meal to stimulate the appetite.
- I like to have two types of bubbles to hand at Christmas: a cheapie for Buck's fizz and impromptu parties and a decent Champagne to drink as an aperitif before lunch.
- It is a very dry wine best drunk as an aperitif, and served slightly chilled.
- Whiskey, aperitifs and wine were on hand, with some local beer thrown in for good measure.
Words that rhyme with aperitifbeef, belief, brief, chief, enfeoff, fief, grief, interleaf, leaf, Leif, lief, Mazar-e-Sharif, misbelief, motif, naif, O'Keeffe, reef, seif, Sharif, sheaf, shereef, sportif, Tenerife, thief
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