cider

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Pronunciation[change]

Noun[change]

Singular
cider

Plural
ciders

  1. A beverage made from the juice of apples or other fruit. It often, but not always, is alcoholic.
    At the harvest dance, everybody drank a mug of cider.

Usage notes[change]

In the UK, "cider" is an alcoholic beverage. In the US, the alcoholic beverage is called "hard cider", while "cider" doesn't have alcohol and is a drink similar to juice.