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drink pronunciación
verb ( past tense drank , past participle drunk , present participle drinking )
1 tr & intr to swallow (a liquid); to consume (a liquid) by swallowing.
2 intr to drink alcohol; to drink alcohol to excess.
3 to get oneself into a certain state by drinking alcohol drank himself into a stupor .
noun
1 an act of drinking.
2 liquid suitable for or intended for drinking.
3 alcohol of any kind or the habit of drinking alcohol to excess.
4 a glass or amount of drink.
5 ( the drink ) colloq the sea.
[Anglo-Saxon drincan ]
drinkable adjective fit to be drunk.
drinker noun someone who drinks, especially alcohol, and especially too much.
drink someone under the table to continue drinking and remain sober (or comparatively so) after one's companion has completely collapsed.
drink the health of someone or drink to (the health of) someone to drink a toast to them.
drink something in
1 to listen to it eagerly.
2 to absorb it.
drink up
1 to finish (a drink) by drinking.
2 to finish drinking.


drink-driving
noun the act or practice of driving while under the influence of alcohol.
[1960s]
drink-driver noun .


drinking pronunciación
noun the act or habit of drinking.
adjective fit for or intended for drinking drinking water .
[13c]


drinking fountain
noun a device which produces a flow or jet of drinking water, especially in public places.
[19c]


drinking-up time
noun in a public house: the few minutes allowed after official closing time for customers to finish their last drinks before leaving.
[1960s]


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