Definition of Buck's Fizz in English:

Buck's Fizz

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Pronunciation: /bʌks
 
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noun

[mass noun] British
Champagne or sparkling white wine mixed with orange juice as a cocktail: there will be Buck’s Fizz to get the party going [count noun]: treat yourself to a Bloody Mary or Buck’s Fizz
More example sentences
  • Residents from the homes for the elderly complex enjoyed a glass of Bucks Fizz as they mingled with the dignitaries before the centrepiece of the day - the official opening of the Homes' new, specially designed, gates.
  • But there was good food and plenty of Bucks Fizz so a good evening.
  • Meeting Michelle's future in-laws went very well; especially after we'd consumed a few bottles of Buck's Fizz.

Origin

1930s: from the name of Buck's Club, in London, and fizz.

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