Pepsi

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From pepsin, the name of one of its ingredients, which in turns originates from Ancient Greek πέψις, which means cooking, fermentation and digestion.

(person from Quebec): In reference to their supposed love of junk food.

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Pepsi

  1. A brand of carbonated cola non-alcoholic drink produced by the company PepsiCo.

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Pepsi (plural Pepsis)

  1. A serving of Pepsi.
    I'll have a Pepsi with that.
  2. (slang, ethnic slur) A person from Quebec, Canada.
    • 1993, Canadian Review of Comparative Literature (volume 20, page 276)
      [] and to maintain a relatively superior, paternalistic position from which French Canadians are for the most part regarded as 'peasoups' or 'Pepsis,' as fellow citizens requiring benevolent supervision []

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Pepsi n (Cyrillic spelling Пепси)

  1. Pepsi (brand of carbonated cola non-alcoholic drink produced by the company Pepsi)

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