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alcopop

Line breaks: alco|pop
Pronunciation: /ˈalkəʊpɒp
 
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Definition of alcopop in English:

noun

British informal
A ready-mixed drink that resembles a soft drink but contains alcohol.
Example sentences
  • By contrast, the traditionally more popular blended whiskies are barely holding on against vodka, rum and alcopops.
  • The 16-stone defendant had drunk several pints of beer, alcopops and a quadruple vodka.
  • It is time for women to leave behind lager and alcopops to quaff real ale, according to the first female head of the Campaign for Real Ale.

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