[lah-ger, law-] /ˈlɑ gər, ˈlɔ-/
Also called lager beer. a beer stored from six weeks to six months for aging before use.
verb (used with object)
to age (beer) usually by storing in tanks at just-below freezing temperatures for several weeks or months.
[lah-ger] /ˈlɑ gər/
noun, verb (used with or without object), South African.
[lah-ger] /ˈlɑ gər/ South African.
a camp or encampment, especially within a protective circle of wagons.
verb (used with or without object)
to arrange or encamp in a laager.
(in Africa) a camp, esp one defended by a circular formation of wagons
(military) a place where armoured vehicles are parked
to form (wagons) into a laager
(transitive) to park (armoured vehicles) in a laager
a light-bodied effervescent beer, fermented in a closed vessel using yeasts that sink to the bottom of the brew Compare ale
a variant spelling of laager
1858, American English, short for lager beer (1845), from German Lagerbier “beer brewed for keeping” some months before being drunk, from Lager “storehouse” (see lair) + Bier “beer.”
[lah-guh r-kvist] /ˈlɑ gərˌkvɪst/ noun 1. Pär [par] /pær/ (Show IPA), 1891–1974, Swedish novelist, poet, and essayist: Nobel Prize 1951. /Swedish ˈlɑːɡərkvist/ noun 1. Pär (Fabian) (pæːr). 1891–1974, Swedish novelist and dramatist. His works include the novels The Dwarf (1944) and Barabbas (1950): Nobel prize for literature 1951
[lah-guh r-lœf] /ˈlɑ gərˌlœf/ noun 1. Selma (Ottiliana Lovisa) [sel-mah awt-ti-lee-ah-nah loo-vi-sah] /ˈsɛl mɑ ˌɔt tɪ liˈɑ nɑ ˈlu vɪˌsɑ/ (Show IPA), 1858–1940, Swedish novelist and poet: Nobel Prize 1909. /Swedish ˈlɑːɡərløːv/ noun 1. Selma (ˈsɛlma). 1858–1940, Swedish novelist, noted esp for her children’s classic The Wonderful Adventures of Nils (1906–07): Nobel prize for literature […]
- Lager lout
noun 1. a rowdy or aggressive young drunk male
- Lager top
noun 1. (Brit) a pint or half-pint of lager with a dash of lemonade