World English Dictionary
Coca-Cola (ˌkəʊkəˈkəʊlə)
1.  trademark a carbonated soft drink flavoured with coca leaves, cola nuts, caramel, etc
2.  (modifier) denoting the spread of American culture and values to other parts of the world: Coca-Cola generation

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Main Entry:  Coca-Cola
Part of Speech:  n
Definition:  the trademarked name of a popular soft drink; also called Coke
Etymology:  'coca' leaves + 'kola' nuts, flavorings in the drink
Usage:  trademark's 21st Century Lexicon
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