Translation of cider in Spanish:

cider

Pronunciation: /ˈsaɪdər; ˈsaɪdə(r)/

n

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  • 1.1 (alcoholic) sidra (f) hard cider (AmE) sidra fermentada (before n) cider press lagar (m), molino (m), trapiche (m) (AmL) (para triturar manzanas)
    More example sentences
    • On the night in question, it is claimed that vodka, cider and an alcopop were on offer to youngsters.
    • This time, I had more cider, wines and tequila than is good for a person.
    • Mr Williams said Luke had drunk brandy, cider and taken cannabis before he smashed a window in the house.
    1.2 (non-alcoholic) (AmE) (sweet) cider jugo (m) or (Esp) zumo (m) de manzana

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