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drink British & World English

Take (a liquid) into the mouth and swallow

drink English Thesaurus

she drank her coffee

drink to British & World English

Celebrate or wish for the good fortune of someone or something by raising one’s glass and drinking a small amount

in drink British & World English

When intoxicated

binge-drink British & World English

Consume an excessive amount of alcohol in a short period of time

drink deep British & World English

Take a large draught or draughts of something

mixed drink British & World English

An alcoholic drink consisting of liquor combined with fruit juice or other ingredients, usually shaken or stirred before serving

soft drink British & World English

A nonalcoholic drink, especially one that is carbonated

drink-driving British & World English

The crime of driving a vehicle with an excess of alcohol in the blood

energy drink British & World English

A soft drink containing a high percentage of sugar, caffeine, or another stimulant, typically consumed during or after sporting activity or as a way of overcoming tiredness

sports drink British & World English

A soft drink containing electrolytes such as sodium, potassium, and chloride, and a high percentage of sugar, designed to restore energy during or after sporting activity or strenuous exercise

strong drink British & World English

Alcohol, especially spirits

drink-driving New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

driving a vehicle with an excess of alcohol in the blood;

drink up in drink British & World English

Quickly consume the rest of a drink

drink and drive British & World English

Drive a vehicle while under the influence of alcohol

drink the Kool-Aid British & World English

Demonstrate unquestioning obedience or loyalty to someone or something

drink someone's health British & World English

Express one’s good wishes for someone by raising one’s glass and drinking a small amount

I'll drink to that British & World English

Uttered to express one’s agreement with or approval of a statement

drink like a fish British & World English

Drink excessive amounts of alcohol

drink something in in drink British & World English

Watch or listen to something with eager pleasure or interest

drive someone to drink British & World English

Trouble or disturb someone so much that they start to drink alcohol heavily

be meat and drink to British & World English

Be a source of great pleasure to

drink someone under the table British & World English

Consume as much alcohol as one’s drinking companion without becoming as drunk

drink to in drink British & World English

Celebrate or wish for the good fortune of someone or something by raising one’s glass and drinking a small amount

drink deep in drink British & World English

Take a large draught or draughts of something

the drink in drink British & World English

The sea or another large area of water

outdrink British & World English

Drink more than

overdrink British & World English

Drink too much alcohol

drink a toast to in drink British & World English

Celebrate or wish for the good fortune of someone or something by raising one’s glass and drinking a small amount

drink and drive in drink British & World English

Drive a vehicle while under the influence of alcohol

drink someone's health in drink British & World English

Express one’s good wishes for someone by raising one’s glass and drinking a small amount

drive someone to drink in drink British & World English

Trouble or disturb someone so much that they start to drink alcohol heavily

I'll drink to that in drink British & World English

Uttered to express one’s agreement with or approval of a statement

drink like a fish in fish1 British & World English

Drink excessive amounts of alcohol

drink the Kool-Aid in Kool-Aid British & World English

Demonstrate unquestioning obedience or loyalty to someone or something


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