[ UK /ɐpˌɛɹətˈiːf/ ]
[ US /əˌpɛɹəˈtif/ ]
  1. alcoholic beverage taken before a meal as an appetizer
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How To Use aperitif In A Sentence

  • We also seem to adore big beasts that could swallow our pets in one gulp, with fleas as an aperitif. Times, Sunday Times
  • On May 27, the theme will be Strawberries and will include the chef's Table menu with several aperitifs, fine Bulgarian wines, digestives and coffee.
  • The light floral perfume and clean grapey flavour of muscat bonds beautifully with an Argentinean apricot dryness and lots of zing to create a refreshing, almost savoury aperitif that should be drunk as young as possible.
  • Last night 's stroll against Moldova was little more than an aperitif before the main course. The Sun
  • After returning to Geneva I've been desperately searching for one whenever an aperitif is offered only to get baffled looks. Rinquinquin. Chasing the blues away with a peach aperitif..
  • Kenworthy declined the apéritif with a curt gesture of his flat hand. DISPLACED PERSON
  • Drink as an aperitif, or with rich, herby fish or white meat dishes. Times, Sunday Times
  • This fortified wine infused with botanicals like herbs, bark, or spices first appeared in Italy as an aperitif
  • ( 'vay say' is from "doo-ble-vay-say" -- the pronunciation for "W.C." [water-closet]); un apéro (m) is short for "aperitif," or drink. French Word-A-Day:
  • It is a very dry wine best drunk as an aperitif, and served slightly chilled.
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