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swig

Saltos de línea: swig
Pronunciación: /swɪɡ
 
/
informal

Definición de swig en inglés:

verbo (swigs, swigging, swigged)

[with object]
Drink in large draughts: Dave swigged the wine in five gulps [no object]: Ratagan swigged at his beer
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Band members had to photograph one another swigging the bright orange drink.
  • She had to be in control, even if it meant artificially reining in her wild emotions by swigging a few drinks.
  • We sit swigging the wine with which we are liberally provided, then we disperse.

sustantivo

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A large draught of drink: he took a swig of tea
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • When Liz came back with a tray the old lady seized her cup and took a long swig of hot tea.
  • Leaning against the side of the wall, he took a swig of his drink.
  • Soon the guard took his water canteen out of his belt, took a swig, and dropped to the floor, never to wake again.

Origen

mid 16th century (as a noun in the obsolete sense 'liquor'): of unknown origin.

Derivados

swigger

1
sustantivo
Example sentences
  • I love spicy, steely, floral, upper-crust Mosel Rieslings that make terrific summer swiggers.
  • Aromatic off-dry whites make fine summer swiggers, equally good as aperitifs and spicy food wines.
  • This juicy discounted pair make excellent summer swiggers.

Words that rhyme with swig

big, brig, dig, fig, frig, gig, grig, jig, lig, pig, prig, rig, snig, sprig, tig, trig, twig, Whig, wig

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