[ dee-zhe-steef ]
/ di ʒɛˈstif /
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a drink of brandy, liqueur, etc., taken after a meal to aid the digestion.
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Example sentences from the Web for digestif
Despite the complexity of Calvados, not many people are digestif drinkers anymore, according to one of our guides.
And finally Calvados, a stomach-warming digestif particularly useful after a long, rich meal.
British Dictionary definitions for digestif
/ French (diʒɛstif) /
something, esp a drink, taken as an aid to digestion, either before or after a meal
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