7UP


7UP
n. Seven Up, brand name of a carbonated lemon lime flavored soft drink

English contemporary dictionary. 2014.

Look at other dictionaries:

  • 7UP™ — [7UP] noun [C, U] a sweet, clear, ↑fizzy drink (= one containing many bubbles) without alcohol, similar to ↑lemonade and sold in cans or bottles. It was first produced in the US in 1929 and for many years was advertised as ‘the Un …   Useful english dictionary

  • 7UP — банка Seven Up …   Википедия

  • 7Up — 7 Up ist eine koffeinfreie Limonade mit Limonen und Limettengeschmack. Die Rechte an der Marke gehören in den USA Cadbury Schweppes und ansonsten PepsiCo (bzw. deren Lizenznehmern). 7 Up wurde 1929 von Charles Leiper Grigg erfunden. Zuerst hieß… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • 7UP — 7 Up 7 Up Pays d origine États Unis Société Dr Pepper/Seven Up Date de création Années 1920 Type Gazeuse Principaux ingrédients Citron Lime …   Wikipédia en Français

  • 7up — 7 Up 7 Up Pays d origine États Unis Société Dr Pepper/Seven Up Date de création Années 1920 Type Gazeuse Principaux ingrédients Citron Lime …   Wikipédia en Français

  • 7UP{™} — n [C, U] a sweet, clear, fizzy drink (= one containing many bubbles) without alcohol, similar to lemonade and sold in cans or bottles. It was first produced in the US in 1929 and for many years was advertised as ‘the Uncola’. * * * …   Universalium

  • 7UP —  is the trademark name for the soft drink …   Bryson’s dictionary for writers and editors

  • 7Up 2000 — The 7 Up 2000 series is a new version of the Up! Series , created newly with 21st century children.The series is directed by Julian Farino, and the next instalment, 14 up 2000 , aired on BBC television.External links* * …   Wikipedia

  • lemonade — 7Up …   Kiwi (New Zealand slang)

  • List of soft drinks by country — This is a list of soft drinks in order of the brand s country of origin. Soft drinks that are sold in various countries (such as Coke and Pepsi) are listed only under their country of origin.Algeria* Hamoud Boualem (several flavors, including… …   Wikipedia


Share the article and excerpts

Direct link
Do a right-click on the link above
and select “Copy Link”

We are using cookies for the best presentation of our site. Continuing to use this site, you agree with this.