n [U] sour liquid made from malt, wine, cider, etc by fermentation and used for flavouring food and for pickling 醋.
1200-1300; Language: Old French;Origin:
vinaigre, from vin 'wine'
+ aigre 'sour'
a sour-tasting liquid made from malt
or wine that is used to improve the taste of food or to preserve it
1. We mix oil and vinegar to put on salad. 我们把油和醋搀和在一起，用来拌色拉。
2. Raymond: Yes, you´ve got to put in a spoonful of liquor,some vinegar and olive oil -but that comes ten minutes later. 雷蒙:是的, 你必须放进一汤匙的酒, 一些醋和橄榄油, 但那是十分钟之后的事.
3. One was filled with kerosene, one with castor oil, and one with vinegar. 一只瓶子装满煤油，一只瓶子装满蓖麻油，一只瓶子装满醋。
4. In my mouth I have a sour, vinegar taste coming from the pit of my stomach. 我嘴里有一股从胃底涌上来的酸酸的醋味。