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Cultural VariancePlay
Different cultures may categorize beverages uniquely, such as tea being essential in British society. SlideIn England, offering a 'beverage' often implies tea.
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Social ContextPlay
The term 'beverage' can imply a social setting, like drinks at a party or a coffee break. SlideDuring the break, employees enjoyed a beverage together.
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Non-alcoholic NormPlay
Unless specified, 'beverage' usually refers to non-alcoholic drinks in general contexts. SlideThe kids' menu offers a free beverage with each meal.