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vichy water

or Vichy water

[ vish-ee ]
/ ˈvɪʃ i /
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noun
a natural mineral water from springs at Vichy, containing sodium bicarbonate, other alkaline salts, etc., used in the treatment of digestive disturbances, gout, etc.
a water of similar composition, either natural or artificial.
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Also called vichy, Vichy.

Origin of vichy water

First recorded in 1855–60
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British Dictionary definitions for vichy water

vichy water

noun
(sometimes capital) a natural mineral water from springs at Vichy in France, reputed to be beneficial to the health
any sparkling mineral water resembling this
Often shortened to: vichy
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