More definitions of DRAMDefinition of DRAM in:
- The British & World English dictionary
- 1A small drink of whiskey or other spirits (often used in humorous imitation of Scottish speech): a wee dram to ward off the winter chillMore example sentences
- The other common cliché is the kilted bagpiper who eats haggis, neeps and tatties when he's not munching shortbread, and sips wee drams of whisky.
- We had a wee dram of whisky, not much - there was one bottle between 14 of us.
- He's part of the generous crew of distillers and bottlers dispensing drams at the 2004 whisky festival.
- 2 another term for drachm ( sense 1).More example sentences
- Natural record is 25 lb 5oz 12 drams, captured in 1996 from Loch Awe.
- It could be measured out in drams, oceans, mountains, worlds, whatever quantum the thought deserved.
- Oil of the seed, given from half a scruple to half a dram, in some liquor, or a spoonful of juice in some wine, taken before the fit comes on, and the person is put to bed, cures quotidians and quartans.
- The basic monetary unit of Armenia, equal to 100 luma.More example sentences
- Armenia's gross domestic product expanded 11.7% year-on-year to 1.16 trillion dram in January-August 2005.
- Each coin is of face value Dram 25 and contains 1 troy ounce (31.1 gr.) of 9990 pure fine silver with diameter 38 mm.
- Those of you visiting Armenia this summer will notice that the Dram has appreciated a great deal against the US dollar (and even the Euro).