Definition of michelada in English:

michelada

Syllabification: mi·chel·a·da
Pronunciation: /ˌmiCHəˈlädə
 
/

noun

A drink made with beer, lime juice, piquant seasonings, and sometimes tomato juice: round out your meal with a spicy michelada
More example sentences
  • Two people can eat here and have a michelada each for around $25.
  • Not only is this the spiciest Michelada in the city, it bears the perfect garnish: a tender steamed shrimp, draped on the spicy rim of the glass.
  • When I drink a Michelada, I expect to experience an almost uncomfortable burn from the capsaicin-heavy hot sauce.

Origin

1990s: Mexican Spanish.

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