Sake: In French, the word "sake" refers to a Japanese alcoholic drink made from rice. It is a rice alcohol, produced like beer by repeated fermentation, grading from 14 to 17 °. In Japanese, although this same term sake (酒) or o-sake (お 酒, pronunciation kun'yomi, the "o" indicating respect, see Keigo) designates this drink, its meaning can extend according to the context to any alcoholic beverage, so the Japanese use the term nihonshu (日本 酒, literally "...
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