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cold drink

noun
1.
a beverage that is chilled.
2.
Chiefly Southern U.S. soft drink.
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  • All you need for the beach is a towel and some change for a cold drink.
  • You'll also find hot and cold drink stalls and usually a stall selling fresh fruits and fruit juices.
  • There are a few beachfront bar-restaurants housed in the guesthouses, good for a snack or lunch or cold drink.
  • At other times, the crowd thins and one can rest peacefully from the exertions of shopping with a cold drink.
  • Try having a cold drink or turning on a fan at the beginning of a hot flash.
  • There's nothing more refreshing on a hot summer day than an ice cold drink.
  • The clubhouse offers an outdoor patio with umbrellas to sit and relax with a cold drink after your round.
  • It's a place to network while having a cup of coffee or cold drink.
  • Don't let water run down the drain to get that cold drink.
  • He went to his brother's house to borrow money to buy cigarettes and a cold drink.

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