Translation for 'fizzy' from English to Russian
ADJ   fizzy | fizzier | fizziest
SYNO fizzing | fizzy
газированный {adj}fizzy
шипучий {adj} [о напитке] [разг.]fizzy
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Usage Examples English
  • Cross Coin appears in "Horrid Henry's Wedding" as the money that Henry uses to buy a fizzy drink with. The drink in question is promptly taken by "Mum".
  • McCowan's also produced Irn-Bru Bars, chewy, fizzy, bright orange confectionery bars which taste strongly of Irn-Bru, though production ended in late 2005.
  • The Los Angeles-based band Goldspot is named after the fizzy drink Gold Spot.
  • Companies have used iceberg water in products such as bottled water, fizzy ice cubes and alcoholic drinks.
  • Creamola Foam came in the form of coloured crystals which were dissolved in cold water to form a sweet, fizzy drink.

  • The Los Angeles-based band Goldspot is supposed to be named after this fizzy drink.
  • The breezy “Love U” is guided by fizzy synths and bright melodies as Chungha expresses her desire. “I just wanna, wanna love you,” she croons during the chorus.
  • The company distributes 563,000 m³ of drinking water a day. In 2010 the company began installing drinking fountains dispensing fizzy water in the city.
  • While related to the fermented drink maksym, it is not fermented, and is instead often mixed with ayran (liquidy yoghurt) to result in a similar fizzy sensation.
  • Scrufizzer's debut single "Rap Rave" was released on 28 January 2013 on Stay Fizzy Records/Ministry of Sound.

  • Some modern variants have greatly sweetened the old-fashioned, e.g. by adding blood orange soda to make a fizzy old-fashioned, or muddled strawberries to make a strawberry old-fashioned.
  • Anglia Shandy is a beverage made of a blend of beer and fizzy lemonade with an ABV of less than 1%.
  • Park developer John Wardley developed the concept of a magical factory following the making of Professor Burp's fizzy pop from juicing to bottling.
  • "iSoda" is a trick similar to iBeer and iMilk, but with various soft drinks, such as cola, energy drink, and fizzy water.
  • Txacolí is a thin white acidic wine that can be naturally fizzy and is traditionally served like cider, poured from a height into the glass.

  • Sherbet is a fizzy, sweet powder, usually eaten by dipping a lollipop or liquorice, using a small spoon, or licking it from a finger.
  • Rausing, along with her brothers Finn Rausing and Jörn Rausing, holds a 20% stake in International Flavors & Fragrances, which sells scents used in fizzy drinks, perfumes and other consumer products.
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