Sake

Aikido term: Japanese rice wine

sake

  1. a reason for wanting something done
  2. Japanese beverage from fermented rice usually served hot
  3. the purpose of achieving or obtaining

Sake

Sake or saké (eɪ, `sah-keh`) is an alcoholic beverage of Japanese origin that is made from fermented rice. Sake is sometimes called `rice wine` but the brewing process is more akin to beer, converting starch to sugar for the fermentation process, by using Aspergillus oryzae. In the Japanese language, the word `sake` (酒, `liquor`, also ...
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Sake

• (n.) Final cause; end; purpose of obtaining; cause; motive; reason; interest; concern; account; regard or respect; -- used chiefly in such phrases as, for the sake of, for his sake, for man`s sake, for mercy`s sake, and the like; as, to commit crime for the sake of gain; to go abroad for the sake of one`s health.
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Sake

(Japanese) rice wine
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sake

(sah-kee) - It is an alcoholic beverage produced from rice in much the same way that beer is brewed from wheat and barley, but is termed a rice wine because its alcohol content is similar to strong wines. It is served either hot or cold.
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sake

saki noun Japanese alcoholic beverage made from fermented rice; usually served hot
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Sake

Sake (sāk) noun [ Middle English sake cause, also, lawsuit, fault, Anglo-Saxon sacu strife, a cause or suit at law; akin to Dutch zaak cause, thing, affair, German sache thing, cause in law, Old High German sahha , Icelandic sök , Swedish sak ,...
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Sake

A Japanese wine, sauce, or marinade, made from fermented rice.
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sake

In a broader sense, the Japanese term for alcohol, in the narrower sense, is understood as an alcoholic beverage made from fermented rice. In Japan is the name for rice wine Nihonshu (Japan alcohol) or Seishu, as sake, he is usually named in Europe. Despite the name, however, it resembles much more beer as wine, since the sugar must first be opened...
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sake

Japanese alcoholic beverage made from fermented rice. Sake is light in colour, is noncarbonated, has a sweet flavour, and contains up to 18 percent ... [2 related articles]
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Sake

Japanese rice wine. Used as an alcoholic beverage and in oriental cookery. The alcohol content is typically between 12 and 15 percent by volume.
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Sake

rice wine
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Sake

The traditional alcoholic drink of Japan, sake is a strong wine made from rice and is available in many different regional varieties with varying strengths, flavours and quality. Sake can be served hot or cold and can be clear or cloudy. Pronounced 'sah-kay'
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Sake

This traditional drink of Japan, a bit on the sweet side, is commonly referred to as 'rice wine', wh
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sake

[n] - Japanese beverage from fermented rice usually served hot 2. [n] - the purpose of achieving or obtaining 3. [n] - a reason for wanting something done
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