Translation of ale in Spanish:

ale

Pronunciation: /eɪl/

n

uncountable or countable/no numerable o numerable
  • cerveza (feminine) real ale (British English/inglés británico) cerveza de elaboración tradicional
    More example sentences
    • The most common, or at least best known are lager, ale, stout and pilsner.
    • The Skeff Bar, Eyre Square, raised the price of a pint of stout, ale, lager, cider and a measure of whiskey by 10 cents.
    • Two publicans in the city centre were found to have added 10 cents to the prices of a measure of whiskey and pints of stout, ale, lager and cider.

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