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Strictly speaking: raise a glass to ‘booze words’

Most English-speaking communities have colloquial words for alcoholic beverages in general.  So Australians and New Zealanders share booze, grog and plonk (as well as derivatives such as booze bus, grog shop and plonked) in which the alcoholic allusion is generic.

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