[li-kur or, esp. British, -kyoo r; French lee-kœr] /lɪˈkɜr or, esp. British, -ˈkyʊər; French liˈkœr/
any of a class of alcoholic , usually strong, sweet, and highly flavored, as Chartreuse or curaçao, generally served after dinner; cordial.
/lɪˈkjʊə; French likœr/
a small hollow chocolate sweet containing liqueur
“sweetened, flavored alcoholic liquor,” 1729, from French liqueur “liquor, liquid,” from Old French licor “liquid.” See liquor, which is the same word but borrowed earlier.
[lik-wid] /ˈlɪk wɪd/ adjective 1. composed of molecules that move freely among themselves but do not tend to separate like those of gases; neither gaseous nor solid. 2. of, relating to, or consisting of liquids: a liquid diet. 3. flowing like water. 4. clear, transparent, or bright: liquid eyes. 5. (of sounds, tones, etc.) smooth; […]
noun 1. a pale blue, intensely cold liquid, obtained by the compression and cooling of air: used as a source of oxygen, nitrogen, and inert gases, and as a refrigerant. noun 1. air that has been liquefied by cooling. It is a pale blue and consists mainly of liquid oxygen (boiling pt: –182.9°C) and liquid […]
[lik-wid-am-ber, lik-wid-am-] /ˈlɪk wɪdˌæm bər, ˌlɪk wɪdˈæm-/ noun 1. any tree of the genus Liquidambar, including the sweet gum. 2. the fragrant, yellowish, balsamic liquid exuded by this tree, used in medicine. Compare (def 2). /ˌlɪkwɪdˈæmbə/ noun 1. any deciduous tree of the hamamelidaceous genus Liquidambar, of Asia and North and Central America, with star-shaped […]
- Liquid asset
An asset in the form of money, or one that can be converted quickly into money.