Definition of soda
Examples of soda in a Sentence
I ordered fries and a soda.
Recent Examples of soda from the Web
Franny picked up two bottles of soda for the church, walked out to the car, got in the back seat and, feeling the crunch of the car rolling across a gravel road, looked out the window.
The man carried a 2 liter soda bottle and may have an extra container of gasoline as well, Albayalde said.
Purchase a hot or iced coffee, Hyperfreeze beverage or fountain soda at a new concept Cumberland Farms store, (find locations at CumberlandFarms.com), between 5 and 10 a.m. and get a doughnut on the house.
All tickets are $4 and include a box of popcorn and child-size soda.
Combine flour, cinnamon, baking soda, baking powder and salt in large bowl.
The menu includes burgers, veggie burgers, hot dogs, chips, beer, wine, soda, water and desserts.
Obvious sources include sodas, pastries and candies as well as sugar from insidious sources such as sauces, dressings and sugar bombs parading as health foods – flavored yogurts, granola bars and fruit juices.
Now the only drinks available are $4.50 bottles of soda from vending machines out front.
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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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