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pressé

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Pronunciation: /ˈprɛseɪ
 
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Definition of pressé in English:

noun

A drink made from freshly squeezed fruit juice, sugar, and ice: an orange pressé
More example sentences
  • Family and workers are out picking elderflowers to make into a fizzy elderflower pressé adapted from a secret old family recipe.
  • Seville orange jiggers and ginger beer go for £14.69 a case, while the pressés, in fun flavours such as blueberry and cranberry, cost £2 - £2.30 per 75 cl bottle.
  • Home-made lemonade is as fine a beverage as any in the world, and particularly refreshing in hot weather; this is citron pressé in France.

Origin

French, 'pressed, squeezed'.

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