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- The Gatorade Company, Inc., a company that sells sports drinks.
- 2013, Sydney Finkelstein, Jo Whitehead, & Andrew Campbell, Think Again, →ISBN:
- It seems highly likely that Smithburg's brain was “imprinted” with an ability to recognize a Gatorade-type situation: a category leader in a fast-growth niche with potential for further development.
- A sports drink sold by The Gatorade Company.
- 2009, Connie Strasheim, Insights Into Lyme Disease Treatment, →ISBN:
- I may also recommend that they take Peltier Electrolytes from Crayhon Research, which is kind of like glorified Gatorade, but which works well to replenish some of the cell's missing elements.
- 2010, Anne Canadeo, A Stitch Before Dying, →ISBN, page 50:
- I like to say it's Gatorade for the soul.” Phoebe turned to Lucy.
- 2013, Greg Figueroa & Emily Feliciano, Pick-up Line Comebacks For Women, page 4:
- I've got a thirst, baby, and you smell like my Gatorade.
- (by extension) Any sports drink.
- 1990, School Foodservice Journal - Volume 44, page 48:
- The beverage selection is a unique feature of Ole Cafe, with a variety of canned gatorades, assorted fruit drinks and "slushies" on the line.
- 2001, Mary Hance, Ms. Cheap's Guide to Getting More for Less, →ISBN:
- We figure that we save nearly $200 a year in mixing our own Gatorade,” she boasts.
- 2002, Ronald J. Mikos, Dragon's Breath, →ISBN:
- I had lots of homemade Gatorade, two big burgers and a few minutes later I was cruising like the machine again.
- 2011, Suzanne Boothby, The After Cancer Diet: How To Live Healthier Than Ever Before, →ISBN:
- Add a splash of lemon or lime and a hefty pinch of a high quality sea salt and you've just created a homemade Gatorade without all the extra sugars, neon colors, or added ingredients.
- 2011, Patrice Evans, Negropedia, →ISBN:
- Well, there's water, and then there's quarter-waters. Ghetto Gatorade.
- (transitive, informal) To serve a Gatorade to.