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American English: /ɡrɑɡ/
British English: /ɡrɒɡ/

Translation of grog in Spanish:


  • (British English)
    grog (masculine)
    Example sentences
    • The rest of the rum was poured into a large tub and mixed with water - three parts water to one of rum (after 1938, only two parts water) - to become grog, which was what the ratings got.
    • Well, the late-night grog and rum parties really helped!
    • A shot of local rum or creamy rum grog is a traditional accompaniment.

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