Definition of lager :
drink (part of speech: noun)
- The German proprietor and his beer- drinking patrons paid no attention to the stranger, and as he sat off on one side by himself at a table, with a mug of lager before him, he was practically as much alone, and as lonely, as if in a desert. - "A Knight Of The Nineteenth Century", E. P. Roe.
- Fried soles, chops or steaks, and that sort of thing, and a pint of lager- beer- no wine for me, thank you; I sell it- and all this just to serve as a mere foundation for a smoke- and a chat with Barty, if possible! - "The Martian", George Du Maurier.
- While lager means merely " to store," there is more than a subtle suggestion of lager beer here. - "The Complete Book of Cheese", Robert Carlton Brown.