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See also: Grog
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- (original meaning) An alcoholic beverage made with rum and water, especially that once issued to sailors of the Royal Navy.
- (by extension, Australia, New Zealand) Any alcoholic beverage.
- (countable, Australia, New Zealand) A glass or serving of an alcoholic beverage.
- An alcoholic beverage made with hot water or tea, sugar and rum, sometimes also with lemon or lime juice and spices, particularly cinnamon.
- (ceramics) A type of pre-fired clay that has been ground and screened to a specific particle size.
- → Portuguese: grogue
alcoholic beverage made with rum and water
any alcoholic beverage
type of pre-fired clay
grog m (plural grogs)
- grog (drink made from rum)
- “grog” in Trésor de la langue française informatisé (The Digitized Treasury of the French Language).
grog n (plural groguri)