Keg ( noun , verb )

(As a noun)

Keg ( noun )

A container, typically made of metal or wood, for holding and dispensing beer or other alcoholic beverages.

Origin:

The word keg comes from the old english word "cycene" meaning a container for liquids. it refers to a small barrel or cask for holding beer or other alcoholic beverages.

Examples:

  1. We bought a keg for the party and it was a hit with everyone.
  2. He had to change the keg at the bar because it was empty.
  3. I found an old wooden keg in the back of my grandpa's garage.
  4. The keg was the perfect addition to our backyard barbecue.
  5. She rented a keg for her 21st birthday party.

(As a verb)

Keg ( verb )

A container, typically made of metal or wood, for holding and dispensing beer or other alcoholic beverages.

Origin:

The word keg comes from the old english word "cycene" meaning a container for liquids. it refers to a small barrel or cask for holding beer or other alcoholic beverages.

Examples:

  1. We bought a keg for the party and it was a hit with everyone.
  2. He had to change the keg at the bar because it was empty.
  3. I found an old wooden keg in the back of my grandpa's garage.
  4. The keg was the perfect addition to our backyard barbecue.
  5. She rented a keg for her 21st birthday party.
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