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vodka

noun vod·ka \ˈväd-kə\

: a strong, clear alcoholic drink that is originally from Russia

Full Definition of VODKA

:  a colorless liquor of neutral spirits distilled from a mash (as of rye or wheat)

Origin of VODKA

Russian, from voda water; akin to Old English wæter water
First Known Use: circa 1803
VODKA Defined for Kids

vodka

noun vod·ka \ˈväd-kə\

Definition of VODKA for Kids

:  a colorless alcoholic liquor

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