daiquiri

[dahy-kuh-ree, dak-uh-]
noun, plural daiquiris.
a cocktail of rum, lemon or lime juice, and sugar, often with the addition of fruit and ice and mixed in an electric blender: a frozen banana daiquiri.

Origin:
1915–20; named after Daiquirí, town on the east coast of Cuba

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daiquiri (ˈdaɪkɪrɪ, ˈdæk-)
 
n , pl -ris
an iced drink containing rum, lime juice, and syrup or sugar
 
[C20: named after Daiquiri, rum-producing town in Cuba]

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daiquiri
"type of alcoholic drink," 1920 (first recorded in F. Scott Fitzgerald), from Daiquiri, name of a district or village in eastern Cuba.
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What keeps me out of the conversation, nursing this daiquiri, is less the gossip than the topic.
Yes, the city allows drive-through daiquiri service.
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