RussianEdit

EtymologyEdit

Borrowed from Georgian ჭაჭა (č̣ač̣a).

PronunciationEdit

NounEdit

ча́ча (čáčaf inan (genitive ча́чи, nominative plural ча́чи, genitive plural чач)

  1. chacha - traditionally a clear strong liquor, which is sometimes called "vine vodka," "grape vodka," or "Georgian vodka."
    1988, Andrei Gromyko, Memoirs, Moscow, page 196—205:
    В Я́лте, наприме́р, Ста́лин похваливал грузи́нские сухи́е вина, а потом спроси́л:
    А вы зна́ете грузи́нскую виногра́дную во́дкуча́чу?
    V Jálte, naprimér, Stálin poxvalival gruzínskije suxíje vina, a potom sprosíl:
    —A vy znájete gruzínskuju vinográdnuju vódku — čáču?
    In Yalta, for example, Stalin praised Georgian dry wines, and then he asked:
    — Do you know, by any chance, the Georgian grape vodka — chacha?

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