There are 3 definitions of margarita in English:

margarita1

Line breaks: mar¦ga|rita
Pronunciation: /ˌmɑːgəˈriːtə
 
/

noun

A cocktail made with tequila and citrus fruit juice: I wish their food was as good as their margaritas
More example sentences
  • Drinks include a variety of margaritas, sangria, tequila, rum and, if you don't drink alcohol, strawberry and mango smoothies.
  • In real life do you prefer margaritas or beer or whisky?
  • That night, the three of us drank mint juleps and margaritas and watched ‘Blacula.’

Origin

from the Spanish given name equivalent to Margaret.

More definitions of margarita

Definition of margarita in:

Get more from Oxford Dictionaries

Subscribe to remove adverts and access premium resources

Word of the day semblance
Pronunciation: ˈsɛmbləns
noun
the outward appearance or apparent form of something…

There are 3 definitions of margarita in English:

margarita2

Line breaks: mar¦ga|rita
Pronunciation: /ˌmɑːgəˈriːtə
 
/

adjective & noun

chiefly US
variant spelling of margherita. we split a Caesar salad and a margarita pizza
More example sentences
  • The home of the Margarita pizza, Naples offers wonderful opportunities for the feeder.
  • Others enjoyed pizzas, which appeared quite decent as far as pizzas go (ranging in price from 2.10 leva for a small Margarita to 7.90 leva for a large pizza with seafood toppings).
  • In the 21 years since, the menu remains the same, along with pizza options and 16 - or 32-ounce margaritas.

Origin

by analogy with margarita1.

More definitions of margarita

Definition of margarita in:

There are 3 definitions of margarita in English:

Margarita3

Line breaks: Mar¦ga|rita
Pronunciation: /ˌmɑːgəˈriːtə
 
/
An island in the Caribbean Sea, off the coast of Venezuela. Visited by Columbus in 1498, it was used as a base by Simón Bolívar in 1816 in the struggle for independence from Spanish rule.

More definitions of margarita

Definition of Margarita in: