Definition of martini in English:

martini

Syllabification: mar·ti·ni
Pronunciation: /märˈtēnē
 
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noun

A cocktail made from gin (or vodka) and dry vermouth, typically garnished with an olive or a twist of lemon.
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  • We sell more Cuervo Gold Margaritas and house Martinis from our own cocktail list than anything.
  • But much as I like Martinis, Manhattans and Negronis, there are several reasons I find myself returning to the sweet and sour category of drinks.
  • Today, the fight is to be noticed, and Margaritas, Mojitos, and Martinis are the beverage weapons of choice.

Origin

late 19th century: named after Martini and Rossi, an Italian firm selling vermouth.

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