temperance drink

temperance drink
безалкогольный напиток

egg drink — яичный напиток

drink powder — сухой напиток

fizzy drink — шипучий напиток

iced drink — напиток со льдом

milk drink — молочный напиток

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  • Temperance Movements — • Covers the history in Europe, the United States, and Canada Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Temperance Movements     Temperance Movements      …   Catholic encyclopedia

  • Temperance — • One of the four cardinal virtues Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Temperance     Temperance     † …   Catholic encyclopedia

  • temperance — mid 14c., self restraint, moderation, from Anglo Fr. temperaunce (mid 13c.), from L. temperantia moderation, from temperans, prp. of temperare to moderate (see TEMPER (Cf. temper)). L. temperantia was used by Cicero to translate Gk. sophrosyne… …   Etymology dictionary

  • temperance — ► NOUN ▪ abstinence from alcoholic drink. ORIGIN Old French temperaunce, from Latin temperare restrain …   English terms dictionary

  • Temperance movement — The Temperance Movement attempted to reduce the amount of alcohol consumed within a community or society in general and even to prohibit its production and consumption entirely. The Woman s Christian Temperance Union is a prominent example of a… …   Wikipedia

  • Temperance Fountain — The Temperance Fountain is a fountain and statue located in Washington, D.C. donated to the city in 1882 by Henry D. Cogswell, a dentist from San Francisco, California, who was a crusader in the temperance movement. This fountain was one of a… …   Wikipedia

  • temperance movement — a movement involving organized campaigns by various groups in the US, Britain and some other countries in the 19th century to persuade people to drink little or no alcohol. These groups believed that the effects of alcohol were bad both for… …   Universalium

  • Temperance bar — A temperance bar is one of a number of bars, primarily in Lancashire, England during the 19th century, that did not serve alcoholic beverages.In the late 1800s, a number of such bars were established in conjunction with the Temperance Society.… …   Wikipedia

  • temperance — [[t]te̱mpərəns[/t]] 1) N UNCOUNT If you believe in temperance, you disapprove of drinking alcohol. ...a reformed alcoholic extolling the joys of temperance. 2) N UNCOUNT A person who shows temperance has a strong mind and does not eat too much,… …   English dictionary

  • Temperance plays —    Plays (mostly melodramas) that illustrated the evils of drink were mostly written during the decades before modernism and yet they proved surprisingly enduring. Thus, William H. Smith s The Drunkard (1844), with its horrifying scene of… …   The Historical Dictionary of the American Theater

  • temperance — noun (U) 1 the practice of never drinking alcohol for moral or religious reasons: the Victorian virtues of thrift, temperance, and hard work 2 formal sensible control of the things you say and do, especially the amount of alcohol you drink …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English


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