[ US /ˈkɑɹbəˌneɪtɪd/ ]
[ UK /kˈɑːbənˌe‍ɪtɪd/ ]
  1. having carbonation (especially artificially carbonated)
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How To Use carbonated In A Sentence

  • Eventually (after 14 cigarettes and two of those carbonated malt beverages) the hatred simmers down and turns into pity.
  • This study found that adolescent girls are failing to ingest the daily adequate intake level, as most adolescents are consuming more carbonated soft drinks than milk.
  • Forget the carbonated stuff right off the bat.
  • The co-op will continue to sell carbonated and flavored bottled water in plastic containers, but Hoy noted "change comes slowly for people and taking away the nonflavored and noncarbonated water is a first step to bringing awareness of how wasteful it is. Latest Headlines
  • Out of interest, this historical page on Harrogate Spa explains that Bergonié treatment is electrostimulation of the muscles, Nauheim treatment bathing in carbonated water (in imitation of the natural waters at Bad Nauheim), and cataphoresis a technique claimed to carry therapeutic ions into the body via an electrified pad on the skin. Bartitsu
  • In this case, the beer is fully fermented, then filtered to remove the yeast, then carbonated and stored in a tightly sealed keg, ready for immediate drinking.
  • Satisfy your thirst with flavored, sparkling, carbonated or bottled water.
  • They fizzle when they should sizzle and have all the zing of carbonated water gone flat.
  • He said the alternative to the current excise duty on mineral water would be imposing tax on non-carbonated drinks which unlike water, were not a necessity.
  • He's a particular fan of San Pellegrino, the naturally carbonated water from northern Italy.
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