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Pils

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Pronunciation: /pɪlz
 
, -s/

Definition of Pils in English:

noun

[mass noun]
A type of lager beer similar to Pilsner.
Example sentences
  • Weighing in at an estimated 30 stone, he admits to taking Pils and could be accused of having a performance-enhancing belly as a result.
  • Michael drank fewer than three pints of lager while Taylor had a bottle of Pils and four double rum and cokes.
  • A single pint of Holstein Pils contains 3.5 units, almost enough to take a man over the four-unit limit at which he is likely to exceed the legal blood-alcohol level.

Origin

1960s: abbreviation of Pilsner.

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