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vinegar British & World English

A sour-tasting liquid containing acetic acid, obtained by fermenting dilute alcoholic liquids, typically wine, cider, or beer, and used as a condiment or for pickling

cider vinegar British & World English

A vinegar made from fermented cider

wine vinegar British & World English

Vinegar made from wine rather than malt

balsamic vinegar British & World English

Dark, sweet Italian vinegar that has been matured in wooden barrels

tarragon vinegar British & World English

A culinary seasoning made by steeping the young shoots and leaves of tarragon in wine vinegar

you catch more flies with honey than vinegar British & World English

It is more effective to be polite and flattering than to be hostile or demanding

Vinegar Joe in Stilwell, Joseph Warren British & World English

(1883–1946), US army officer; known as Uncle Joe or Vinegar Joe. He commanded US troops in the China-Burma-India theater 1942–44, US army ground forces under Douglas MacArthur in 1945, and the US 10th Army in the Pacific 1945–46

you catch more flies with honey than vinegar in fly2 British & World English

It is more effective to be polite and flattering than to be hostile or demanding

you can catch more flies with honey than with vinegar in fly2 British & World English

It is more effective to be polite and flattering than to be hostile or demanding


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