Tom Collins
noun Etymology: from the name Tom Collins Date: circa 1909 a collins with a base of gin

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  • Tom Collins — ist der Name folgender Personen: Tom Collins (Regisseur), irischer Regisseur (Eine Frau aus Derry) Tom Collins (Schauspieler), Schauspieler (Das große Rennen) Tom Collins ist auch: das Pseudonym des australischen Schriftstellers Joseph Furphy ein …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Tom Collins — n. COLLINS1 …   English World dictionary

  • Tom Collins — For other uses, see Tom Collins (disambiguation). Tom Collins IBA Official Cocktail Type Mixed drink Primary alcohol by volume …   Wikipedia

  • Tom Collins — El Tom Collins es un cóctel y una variación del Gin Sour. Se prepara con los siguientes ingredientes: Ginebra Zumo de limón Almíbar o azúcar Agua carbonatada (Soda) Cubitos de hielo Agitar la ginebra con el zumo de limón, el almíbar/azúcar e… …   Wikipedia Español

  • Tom Collins — n. an iced cocktail of gin with soda, lemon or lime juice, and sugar. Etymology: 20th c.: orig. unkn. * * * Tom Collins [Tom Collins] noun a drink made with ↑gin, lemon or ↑lime juice, ↑fizzy water …   Useful english dictionary

  • Tom Collins — Tom′ Col′lins n. vin an iced drink of gin, lemon or lime juice, sugar, and soda • Etymology: 1880–90; said to have been named after its inventor …   From formal English to slang

  • Tom Collins — /tɒm ˈkɒlənz/ (say tom koluhnz) noun a long drink containing gin, lemon or lime juice, and soda water, sweetened and served with ice …   Australian English dictionary

  • Tom Collins — a tall drink containing gin, lemon or lime juice, and carbonated water, sweetened and served with ice. [1905 10; said to have been named after its inventor] * * * …   Universalium

  • Tom Collins — noun A cocktail containing containing gin, lemon juice, sugar, and a splash of soda …   Wiktionary

  • Tom Collins — noun a cocktail made from gin mixed with soda, sugar, and lemon or lime juice. Origin perh. named after a 19th cent. London bartender …   English new terms dictionary

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