Bobby asked in Society & CultureLanguages · 3 weeks ago

How do you say "whiskey" in French?

And don't tell me it translates to "water of life." grr, argh.

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  • Anonymous
    6 days ago

    Whisky.

    Maybe you're thinking of potato = apple of the earth. 

    In Russia, vodka means little water.

  • 3 weeks ago

    In France we pronounce the word Whiskey, like: Weeskee. 

    As for ' Eau de vie ', we say like: 'Oh deuh vee '

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    - '' Eau de vie '' literally: Water of life, is an alcohol made with distillation (single or double) of a low alcoholic beverage or pomace: boiler wine (wine brandy), wine pomace (marc brandy); beverage of fruits, rhizomes, grains, etc....

    The minimum degree of this drink is: 37,5 °. 

  • Zirp
    Lv 7
    3 weeks ago

    Same word, pronounced the french way

    I posted it on forvo for you

    https://nl.forvo.com/search/whiskey/fr/

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  • 3 weeks ago

    "un/le whisky"

    (Sometimes spelled "whiskey" for Irish or US whisky.)

  • They say whisky (masculine pronounced ooiski) just as we say cognac.  "Un whisky s'il vous plait - pas de glace."

  • 3 weeks ago

    They say whiskey, you might want to look up what they call bourbon though ;)  And be prepared to feel just a little insulted!

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