Adjective "vodka" definition and examples

(Vodka may not be an adjective, but it can be used as an adjective, click here to find out.)

Pronunciation

/ˈvɒdkə/

Definitions and examples

noun

An alcoholic spirit of Russian origin made by distillation of rye, wheat, or potatoes.
  1. count noun 'he knocked back a vodka and collapsed into the chair'
  2. 'He would pretend that he wanted a packet of crisps or chocolate, but secretly was buying a bottle of vodka.'
  3. 'Although most brands of grain alcohol are practically tasteless, vodkas, brandy and bourbon have differing tastes according to the distiller.'
  4. 'The next day we went to a liquor store and bought a big bottle of vodka.'
  5. 'The weather was lovely but I made the mistake of drinking absinthe, cider then vodka.'
  6. 'Unlike many heavily flavored vodkas, this grapefruit vodka is tangy and slightly bitter, but not aggressive or overwhelming.'
  7. 'He said the main problem was that there was too much focus on alcohol, particularly the sale of cheap vodka.'
  8. 'The vodka and whisky are flowing and it's just about time to chill out on the sofa with a good film.'
  9. 'When they returned home they took bottles of whisky and vodka back with them and another row ensued.'
  10. 'First they ran out of cider, then they ran out of vodka - things were looking grave.'
  11. 'They noticed a female passenger sitting in the central aisle with an empty bottle of vodka on her table tray.'

More definitions

1. an unaged, colorless, distilled spirit, originally made in Russia.

More examples(as adjective)

"imports can be vodka."

"markets can be vodka."

"industries can be vodka."

"producers can be vodka."

"poisonings can be vodka."

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Origin

Russian, diminutive of voda ‘water’.