Etymology
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beverage (n.)

"drink of any kind," mid-13c., from Anglo-French beverage, Old French bevrage, from Old French boivre "to drink" (Modern French boire; from Latin bibere "to imbibe;" from PIE root *po(i)- "to drink") + -age, suffix forming mass or abstract nouns (see -age).

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Definitions of beverage

beverage (n.)
any liquid suitable for drinking;
may I take your beverage order?
Synonyms: drink / drinkable / potable
From wordnet.princeton.edu