Definitions

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  • n. traditionally a clear strong liquor, which is sometimes called "vine vodka," "grape vodka," or "Georgian vodka."

Etymologies

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From Georgian ჭაჭა (čača).

Examples

  • Vodka is a common drink throughout the country, but the real Georgian national firewater is chacha, which is similar in taste and aroma to the Italian grappa but with much higher alcohol content.

    Latest News

  • The ATS was tipped off about the duo by the Intelligence Bureau (IB), which had intercepted suspicious phone conversations between the two accused and a certain 'chacha' in Karachi.

    Analysis

  • "To use the new service you can call 800-224-2242 (which spells" chacha ") and specify the information you want to an automated attendant.

    Internet News: ChaCha on the Phone

  • "To use the new service you can call 800-224-2242 which spells "chacha" and specify the information you want to an automated attendant.

    Internet News: April 2008 Archives

  • And even if it is, do you think you will be able to cultivate it again? "asks Sheikh Giaussidin Mondol, telling his old" chacha "to admit that he had been taken for a ride by" politicians "and is now left high and dry.

    The Telegraph - Calcutta (Kolkata) - Frontpage

  • The GD was all about the deflation/high debtload (business & private) chacha, climaxed by the exploding bank tumble.

    Matthew Yglesias » The ECB’s Complacency

  • After the plussies, the blonds, the black girls, the beautiful biracial butterflies, the Naima, the tootie, the chacha diva, methinks Jennifer might get a winner's edit.

    Mehovers

  • In dancing news I am still doing foxtrot and chacha.

    Maize Out!

  • Judges had praised the pair's waltz and chacha -- "I've never seen you dance with so much charisma," judge Carrie Ann Inaba said -- but the couple only collected 24 points out of 30 for each dance.

    Kurt Warner Leaves 'Dancing With The Stars'

  • He shook a little bottle, cha chacha, and said, “I'll give you some if you just get up,” so I did.

    Pentagon City

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