Definition of soda
Examples of soda in a Sentence
I ordered fries and a soda.
Recent Examples of soda from the Web
They were caught a block away with the sodas — still naked.
As the baking soda and vinegar combine the balloon inflates with carbon dioxide the mix produces.
Skip the greasy snacks and sodas with added caffeine, and save some cash by packing your own cooler with no-mess options like lower-sugar drinks and high-protein trail mix to give them some extra energy.
Kendall was widely mocked in April for appearing in a Pepsi ad that ripped off imagery from Black Lives Matter protests and positioned Kendall as soothing race relations with a can of soda.
In open shoes, like sandals or flip-flops, use a toothbrush dipped in either baking soda or oxygen bleach that's been diluted with water to form a thick paste to scrub away grime.
In large bowl, combine flour, salt, baking soda, baking powder and salt.
And don't forget to try Holler and Dash's craft sodas.
Sunday, Kids Day, ages 12 and younger eat free ( hot dog, junior nachos and small soda) also inflatable fun zone and kids run the bases after the game.
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Origin and Etymology of soda
Italian, from Arabic suwwād, any of several saltworts from the ashes of which sodium carbonate is obtained
First Known Use: 1558See Words from the same year
SODA Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of soda for English Language Learners
: a drink made of soda water, flavoring, and often ice cream
: a white powdery substance that contains salt and is used in cooking and medicine
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