- 1 English
- 2 Dutch
- 3 French
- 4 Norwegian Bokmål
- 5 Norwegian Nynorsk
- 6 Portuguese
milkshake (plural milkshakes)
- A thick beverage consisting of milk and ice cream mixed together, often with fruit, chocolate, or other flavoring.
- (New England, Australia, New Zealand) A thin beverage, similar to the above, but with no ice cream or significantly less of it.
- A beverage consisting of fruit juice, water, and some milk, as served in Southeast Asia.
- (analogy, mechanics, informal) Accidental emulsion of oil and water in an engine.
- This milkshake under the oil cap, or on the dipstick, indicates a blown head gasket.
- (slang, horse racing) An alkaline supplement administered to a horse to improve its racing performance.
- (New England): frappe (thick beverage)
- (Rhode Island): cabinet (thick beverage)
- (Australia, and, New Zealand): thickshake (thick beverage)
milk and ice cream beverage
- (transitive, slang, horse racing) To administer an alkaline supplement to (a horse) to improve its racing performance.
- (transitive, informal, neologism) To throw a milkshake at (a person).
- A politician was milkshaked during the protest.
- 2019 May 26, Stewart Lee, “Are milkshakes the new politics of resistance?”, in The Guardian:
- Indeed, the day before Farage was milkshaked, Leave EU issued an unauthorised, and now withdrawn, re-edit of a Beastie Boys video, showing him and Ann Widdecombe pouring beer over their political opponents.
milkshake m (plural milkshakes)
- lait frappé (Quebec)
- “milkshake” in The Bokmål Dictionary.
- “milkshake” in The Nynorsk Dictionary.