There are 2 main translations of beber in English:

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beber 1

verbo transitivo

verbo intransitivo

also: beberse verbo pronominal

  • (enfático) See examples:bébete toda la leche
    drink up all your milk
    nos bebimos la botella entre los dos
    we drank the whole bottle between the two of us
    se lo bebió de un trago
    he downed it in one o in one gulp
Example sentences
  • Agua que no has de beber … no la dejes correr.
  • Si solo quiere beber, ya sabe a dónde ir.
  • Porque bebes alcohol o fumas si sabes que es dañino?

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