soda water

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From sodium bicarbonate, originally a constituent of soda water.

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soda water (countable and uncountable, plural soda waters)

  1. carbonated water, water that has carbon dioxide dissolved in it and has been stored under pressure in a bottle. Usually mixed before drinking with another beverage.
    "Scotch and soda" is a mixture of Scotch whisky and soda water.

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