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  • n. A Brazilian cocktail made from cachaça, fruit juice, and sugar.

Etymologies

Portuguese (Wiktionary)

Examples

  • A "batida" is a cocktail, usually whipped up in a blender, of "cachaca", ice, sugar and fruit juice.

    Rio De Janeiro

  • My caipirinha was flawless, and the bar also does a batida de gengibre, a ginger and cachaça cocktail – an aphrodisiac apparently.

    Top 10 neighbourhood bars in Rio de Janeiro

  • More common here is combining the mamey sapote with milk and sugar, drinking it as a milkshake or "batida."

    Strange Fruit (No. 4): Mamey Sapote

  • I've created a few nutmilk based raw batida recipes.

    Strange Fruit (No. 4): Mamey Sapote

  • El resto de la infantería enemiga, viendo que la nuestra atacaba, que había aún algunas brigadas que no habían cargado todavía, que su ala izquierda estaba batida y que su derecha huía en desorden, intentó retirarse, pero en su retirada varios batallones fueron atacados y destrozados.

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  • June 5, 2008 at 7:58 am nom, nom o deberia decir, “noma, noma”? dulces con crema batida por las ardillalols….

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  • It is almost obligatory to start or accompany this meal with a batida, Brazilian rum sour.

    Rio De Janeiro

  • Os empreiteiros, tentando quiçá concluir a obra a tempo do verão, andam literalmente a trabalhar dia e noite - o que quer dizer que desde as sete da manhã até às onze e meia da noite as traseiras da Ericeira, em toda aquela zona que vai do Casal do Carido até à Fonte Boa, enche-se de ruídos de retro-escavadoras e de compressores a bater a terra batida.

    Insónias

  • I ordered a mango batida $9, which was packed with sweet mango flavor—although it was a little hard to suck through the straw.

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  • Of course, the traditional pozole batida and ponche followed, but I had a dinner engagement in Patzcuaro to meet.

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  • Agliè invited me to a place where some ageless men still made a batida in the traditional way.
    --Umberto Eco, 1988, Foucault's Pendulum, p. 206

    October 3, 2008