- n. 马提尼（一种鸡尾酒，等于Martini）
- n. (Martini)人名；(英)马蒂尼；(德、法、俄、西、意、塞、罗、葡、瑞典)马丁尼
来自该酒制造商意大利酿酒公司Martini and Rossi.该姓氏字面意思为像战神Mars的。
- martini (n.)
- 1891, short for Martini cocktail (1886), perhaps from Martini & Rossi, Italian firm that makes vermouth (an ingredient of the drink); the firm was in existence then by that name, but it is not specified among the ingredients in the earliest recipes (such as Harry Johnson's "Bartender's Manual," 1888). Another theory holds that it is a corruption of Martinez, California, town where the drink was said to have originated. See discussion in Lowell Edmunds' book "Martini, Straight Up" (1998).
- 1. Almost everybody had a cigarette in one hand and a martini in the other.
- 2. I must get out of these wet clothes and into a dry martini.
- 3. She expected him to ask for a scotch and was rather nonplussed when he asked her to mix him a martini and lemonade.
- 4. Can you remind me to buy a bottle of Martini?
- 5. A little stout rosy man was making himself a dry martini.
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