Translation of bitter lemon in Spanish:

bitter lemon

bitter lemon, n.

noun

British
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    (bebida efervescente semidulce con sabor a limón) bitter lemon masculine
    • Top up with 1/3 bitter lemon / lemonade and add a wedge of lemon.
    • Cheryl and Martin will retain the support of their regulars, even if we have to drink bitter lemon.
    • There is no possibility of controlling consumption of alcohol by people under-age if a member of An Garda Síochána has to come into a pub and has to work out who is drinking bitter lemon and who has the Bacardi Breezer.
    • I need three Heinekens, two Vodkas with bitter lemon, a Jack Daniels with Coke and a Budweiser.
    • The ‘something’ used to be gin and bitter lemon - which some friends viewed as unmanly and one, the late poet Ian Hamilton, would only order if Barnes uttered the name of the offending mixer.
    • Another thing I hate about Easy Jet is that they carry no bitter lemon, and only ‘Slimline Yuck Tonic’ to go with my gin.
    • She takes the gin and bitter lemon, she'd asked for G and T, but the music's been cranked up a notch for the post nine o'clock crowd.
    • Mo couldn't contain herself any longer, and covered her smirk with a twist of gin and bitter lemon.
    • For someone that we used to joke about that could get tipsy on a bitter lemon, this was not a good sign.