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alcohol-free

Pronunciation: /ˌælkəhɑːlˈfriː; ˌælkəhɒlˈfriː/

Translation of alcohol-free in Spanish:

adjective/adjetivo

  • [drink/cosmetics] sin alcohol the coffee bar is an alcohol-free area en la cafetería no se sirven bebidas alcohólicas
    Example sentences
    • Try alcohol-free beers, wines, and mixed drinks as a substitute.
    • Alas, this tasting shows that many brewers have not improved the drinkability of their alcohol-free beers and lagers since their introduction.
    • Consider also that alcohol-free beverages and drinks are loaded with profit.

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