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cider

noun ci·der \ˈsī-dər\

: a drink made from apples

Full Definition of CIDER

1
:  fermented apple juice often made sparkling by carbonation or fermentation in a sealed container
2
:  the expressed juice of fruit (as apples) used as a beverage or for making other products (as applejack)

Examples of CIDER

  1. a cup of apple cider

Origin of CIDER

Middle English sidre, from Anglo-French, from Late Latin sicera strong drink, from Greek (Septuagint) sikera, from Hebrew shēkhār
First Known Use: 13th century
CIDER Defined for Kids

cider

noun ci·der \ˈsī-dər\

Definition of CIDER for Kids

:  the juice pressed out of fruit (as apples) and used especially as a drink and in making vinegar

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