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de-alcoholize

Line breaks: de-alcohol¦ize
Pronunciation: /diːˈalkəhɒlʌɪz
 
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(also de-alcoholise)

Definition of de-alcoholize in English:

verb

[with object]
Remove the alcohol from (a normally alcoholic drink).
Example sentences
  • About five cheeseburgers later I was ready for the ER myself, so I grabbed a de-alcoholized beer and headed upstairs to watch some action.
  • So colorful, alcohol-free concoctions are part of the game plan, as is de-alcoholized wine and beer.
  • Alcohol-free and de-alcoholised drinks have about a third of the calories of their alcoholic equivalent.

Derivatives

de-alcoholization

1
noun
Example sentences
  • Step #2 indeed creates effective de-alcoholisation, with the wine's alcoholic concentration under 0.5%.
  • Respect of the natural richness of the grapes: cryoextraction, de-alcoholisation, and all methods of must concentration (evaporation, reverse osmosis, etc.) are excluded.
  • It has undergone a sophisticated de-alcoholisation process to reduce the alcohol content.

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