- hacer* tintinear we clinked glasses entrechocamos los vasosMore example sentences
- Alex returns with a bottle of wine and 2 glasses, he fills then to the brim and clinks glasses with you.
- He taps her glass with a ringing clink and starts to drink the champagne, savoring the taste.
- She held the beer up like she was going to clink it to mine, but we only had one beer so I put up my fist and she clanked the beer to my fist.
- 1 (sound) (no pl) tintineo (m)More example sentences
- A few coughs and clinks of glass echoed awkwardly throughout the room.
- Undoubtedly, to the steady clink of glass and ice, the word will pass: he's sound; he's one of us; he's a safe pair of hands.
- Many clicks and clinks came from the door, and then a grinding noise as it opened on old stone hinges.
- 2 c (prison) [slang/argot] cárcel (f), trullo (m) (Esp) [argot/slang], bote (m) (Méx, Ven) [argot/slang], cana (f) (AmS) [argot/slang], gayola (f) (RPl) [argot/slang], porotera (f) (Chi) [argot/slang]More example sentences
- At the very least, Noah should spend a little time in clink.
- Griffin offers this advice to other young people who find themselves in the clink: Keep your inmate number to yourself.
- File swappers face three years in jail for the first offence, and six more years in the clink for repeat offences, thus making criminals out of a large section of the US population.