Aperitif (noun)

An alcoholic drink taken before a meal as an appetite stimulant.

Origin:

From the french aperitif, from latin aperire, meaning "to open" referring to opening the appetite before a meal.

Examples:

  1. The traditional aperitif in France is a glass of dry white wine or Champagne.
  2. Aperol Spritz is a popular aperitif in Italy.
  3. The aperitif was served with a selection of olives and cheese.
  4. The bartender recommended a light aperitif before the meal to open up our taste buds.
  5. The aperitif is a perfect way to start a dinner party or a special occasion.
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