英 ['vɜːməθ; və'muːθ]
- vermouth:  Vermouth gets its name from its being originally flavoured with wormwood, a bitter-tasting plant. The German term for the plant, and the drink, is wermut, a word of unknown origin, and this passed into English via French vermout. (The corresponding Old English name for the plant, incidentally, was wermōd, and this was later altered to wormwood from the use of the plant as a cure for intestinal worms.)
- vermouth (n.)
- white wine flavored with aromatic herbs, 1806, from French vermouth (18c.), from German Wermuth "wormwood," from Middle High German wermuot, from Old High German wermuota (see wormwood), name of the aromatic herb formerly used in the flavoring of the liqueur.
- 1. She added only a hint of vermouth to the gin.
- 2. I ordered gin and vermouth.
- 3. Certainly, sir. A Sweet Vermouth. Just a moment, please.
- 好的, 先生. 一杯甜苦艾酒, 请稍侯.
- 4. He sipped his vermouth and felt his strength returning in waves.
- 5. How about a Dry Vermouth or a Dry Sherry?
- 来杯不甜的苦艾酒或是不甜的雪莉酒 怎样 ?
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