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A glossary of provincial and local words used in England. Francis Grose. 1790.
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Shandy — (also radler or panaché) is beer flavoured with lemonade or another soft drink or soda water. The proportions of the two ingredients are adjusted to taste, normally half and half, although shandy sold canned or bottled is typically much weaker,… … Wikipedia
Shandy — (spr. Schändi), Provinz, so v.w. Shendy … Pierer's Universal-Lexikon
shandy — (n.) mix of beer and fizzy lemonade, 1888, shortening of shandygaff (1853), of unknown origin … Etymology dictionary
shandy — ► NOUN (pl. shandies) ▪ beer mixed with lemonade or ginger beer. ORIGIN abbreviation of shandygaff, of unknown origin … English terms dictionary
shandy — [[t]ʃæ̱ndi[/t]] shandies N UNCOUNT Shandy is a drink which is made by mixing beer and lemonade. [BRIT] ...half a pint of shandy. N COUNT A glass of shandy can be referred to as a shandy … English dictionary
shandy — UK [ˈʃændɪ] / US noun [uncountable] Word forms shandy : singular shandy plural shandies a) an alcoholic drink made by mixing beer and lemonade b) [countable] a glass of this drink … English dictionary
Shandy — DEC … Deutsch Wikipedia
shandy — n British a weakling, person unable or unwilling to take strong drink. Not to be confused with hand shandy … Contemporary slang
shandy — noun (plural shandies) Date: 1888 1. shandygaff 2. a drink consisting of beer and lemonade … New Collegiate Dictionary
shandy — shan … Dictionary of ichthyology
shandy — /shan dee/, n., pl. shandies. Chiefly Brit. 1. a mixture of beer and lemonade. 2. shandygaff. [1885 90; short for SHANDYGAFF] * * * … Universalium