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tequila

Syllabification: te·qui·la
Pronunciation: /təˈkēlə
 
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Definition of tequila in English:

noun

A Mexican liquor made from an agave.
Example sentences
  • But it sells miniature bottles of spirits like Vodka and tequila by the side of the machine.
  • Accounts of his nightly intake include vodka, beer, tequila, all combined.
  • We drank bourbon on the rocks or straight shots of tequila or double vodka Martinis.

Origin

Mexican Spanish, named after the town of Tequila in Mexico, where the drink was first produced.

Words that rhyme with tequila

appealer, candela, Coahuila, concealer, dealer, feeler, healer, Keeler, kneeler, Leila, peeler, Philomela, reeler, revealer, Schiele, sealer, sheila, Shelagh, spieler, squealer, stealer, velar, Vila, wheeler, wheeler-dealer

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