Buck's Fizz

Buck's Fizz
Buck's Fizz[´bʌks´fiz] n коктейл от шампанско и портокалов сок.

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  • Buck's Fizz — [ˌbʌks ˈfız] n [U and C] BrE a mixture of ↑champagne and orange juice, or a glass of this …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • Buck's Fizz — noun uncount BRITISH a MIMOSA …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • Buck's Fizz (cocktail) — WPMIXInfobox iba = yes source = sourcelink = buckfizz name = Buck s Fizz caption = type = wine flaming = champagne = yes served = straight garnish = orange twist drinkware = flute ingredients = * 10cl (2 parts) orange juice * 5cl (one part)… …   Wikipedia

  • buck's fizz — n. a cocktail of champagne or sparkling white wine and orange juice. Etymology: Buck s Club in London + FIZZ …   Useful english dictionary

  • Buck's Fizz — see Bucks Fizz …   English dictionary

  • Buck’s Fizz — n [U, C] (BrE) a drink consisting of champagne mixed with orange juice. It is usually drunk at special events such as weddings or important parties. It is named after Buck’s, a London club. * * * …   Universalium

  • Buck's Fizz — noun Brit. champagne or sparkling white wine mixed with orange juice as a cocktail. Origin 1930s: from the name Buck s Club, in London …   English new terms dictionary

  • buck's fizz — /bʌks ˈfɪz/ (say buks fiz) noun a cocktail made with champagne and orange juice, sometimes with a dash of grenadine. {named after the Buck s Club in London, where it was first served in 1921} …  

  • Buck's Fizz — noun A cocktail of orange juice and champagne …   Wiktionary

  • Buck's Fizz — UK / US noun [uncountable] British an alcoholic drink made from champagne and orange juice …   English dictionary

  • Buck's Club — is a gentlemen s club in London, located at 18 Clifford Street, established in June 1919 . P. G. Wodehouse mentions it in some stories and modelled his Drones Club mostly after Buck s. It is probably best known for the Buck s Fizz cocktail,… …   Wikipedia

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