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Definition of cris

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Other terms relating to 'alcohol':

Definitions include: an abandoned, partially consumed alcoholic beverage.
Definitions include: Short for "Olde English 800" brand malt liquor.
Definitions include: cheap alcohol.
Definitions include: a six-pack of beer.
Definitions include: "Natural Light" brand beer.
Definitions include: "Hennessy", a brand of Congac.
Definitions include: an unspecified number of alcoholic drinks after work, usually meaning enough to have an invigorating effect, but without causing drunkenness.
Definitions include: alcohol.
Definitions include: an alcoholic beverage consumed "on the road" (i.e. in a vehicle.)
Definitions include: the biggest bottle of cheap alcohol one can find.
Definitions include: sexual activity up to the point of, but not including, sexual intercourse.
Definitions include: to vomit.
Definitions include: whiskey or other strong liquor.
Definitions include: alcohol.
Definitions include: a beer.

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Other terms relating to 'cristal':

Definitions include: Cristal brand champagne.
Definitions include: to open a bottle of "Cris", i.e. Cristal.

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