Definition of vodka
: a colorless liquor of neutral spirits distilled from a mash (as of rye or wheat)
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After scoring a bottle of this spicy mixer, grab some fresh celery and head to the liquor store for some Idaho vodka.
The company is still relatively small, expected to sell about 170,000 12-bottle cases this year, compared with the 26 million cases of Smirnoff vodka sold annually.
With his Sean John clothing line, a stake in Ciroc vodka and the Bad Boy reunion tour, Combs made $130 million between June 1, 2016 and June 1, 2017, the magazine reported.
For a group, the Mega Mule ($185) -- a giant Moscow Mule made with either vodka or tequila -- is a fun option.
In fact, the current study found that men who saw the vodka-Red Bull label would wait longer before getting behind the wheel than other subjects.
Prosecutors say that in the trial that ended Friday a 20-year-old freshman student began a birthday celebration with vodka shots before heading to downtown Baltimore.
At the trial that concluded Friday, prosecutors said a 20-year-old freshman student began a birthday celebration with vodka shots before heading to downtown Baltimore.
As a businessman, Mr. Trump has made money by licensing the use of his name on an array of products around the world, like vodka in Israel or soap in India.
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Origin and Etymology of vodka
Russian, from voda water; akin to Old English wæter water
First Known Use: circa 1803See Words from the same year
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Definition of vodka for English Language Learners
: a strong, clear alcoholic drink that is originally from Russia
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Definition of vodka for Students
: a colorless alcoholic liquor
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