meaning of aperitif

aperitif meaning in Etymology Dictionary

1894, "alcoholic drink taken before meals to stimulate the appetite," from French ap


aperitif meaning in Cooking Dictionary

An alcoholic beverage taken before a meal that's expected to sharpen the desire for food. Most commonly it is strong and extremely tiny.

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  • A drink taken before dinner to stimulate the appetite.

aperitif meaning in General Dictionary

alcoholic beverage taken before meals as an appetizer


aperitif - German to English

aperitif

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  • aperitive
  • appetiser [Br.]
  • appetizer
  • pre-dinner drink
  • preprandial drink
  • whet