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cocktail US English

An alcoholic drink consisting of a spirit or several spirits mixed with other ingredients, such as fruit juice, lemonade, or cream

cocktail dress US English

An elegant dress suitable for semiformal social occasions

cocktail lounge US English

A bar, typically in a hotel, restaurant, or airport, where alcoholic drinks are served

cocktail napkin US English

A small napkin designed to be placed under a drink when it is served

cocktail stick US English

A small pointed stick on which olives, cherries, or similar items of food may be served

cocktail table US English

Another term for coffee table.

fruit cocktail US English

A finely chopped fruit salad, often commercially produced in cans

Brompton cocktail US English

A powerful painkiller and sedative consisting of vodka or other liquor laced with morphine and sometimes also cocaine

Molotov cocktail US English

A crude incendiary device typically consisting of a bottle filled with flammable liquid and with a means of ignition. The production of similar grenades was organized by Vyacheslav Molotov during World War II