What is the difference between Cosmopolitan and Martini?

The difference between cosmopolitan and martini

is that "cosmopolitan" is inclusive; affecting the whole world and "martini" is a cocktail made with gin or vodka and vermouth.

cosmopolitan

martini

Adjective

  • inclusive; affecting the whole world.
  • (of a place or institution) composed of people from all over the world.
  • (of a person) at ease in any part of the world; familiar with many cultures.
  • (biology, ecology) growing or living in many parts of the world; widely distributed.

Exemple

  • Domestication and the evolution of anthrophilic traits in houseflies and some drosophilids have allowed certain species to attain cosmopolitan status.

Noun

  • A cosmopolitan person; a cosmopolite.
  • A cocktail containing vodka, triple sec, lime juice and cranberry juice.
  • A butterfly, Vanessa cardui

Synonyms

  • (Vanessa cardui): cosmopolite

Exemple

  • ‘She is extremely rich. A cosmopolitan.’

Noun

  • A cocktail made with gin or vodka and vermouth.
  • (sometimes proscribed) Any cocktail served in a cocktail glass, often sweet or fruity and aimed at women.

Synonyms

  • martinus (hypercorrect, humorous)

Examples

  • Will you join us at six o’clock for martinis?
  • My boss is out on another of his three-martini lunches.
  • I love the chocolate martinis at Trendy Bar!