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Definition of booze-up in English:

noun

British informal
A heavy drinking session: the men had sometimes had Saturday-night booze-ups together
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  • But next time there's a Kilburn Bloggers booze-up, I'm definitely going to drink less.
  • Just got back from a week of beautiful English countryside, torrential rain and regular booze-ups in the crew hotel.
  • The launch party for the video was the usual booze-up and good time.

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