Definition of batido
: a beverage made of usually tropical fruit blended usually with milk and ice My favorite was an arepa … with a cold melon batido alongside. — Anne Polisar, Christian Science Monitor (Boston, Massachusetts), 19 Jan. 1981 Quenching a tropical thirst are what batidos are all about. — Linda Cicero, Chicago Tribune, 16 June 1988 … workers behind the counter whip up batidos from fresh or frozen fruit. — Julia Moskin, New York Times, 21 June 2006
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Origin and Etymology of batido
borrowed from Brazilian Portuguese, masculine variant of batida batida
First Known Use: 1950
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