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drink US English

Take (a liquid) into the mouth and swallow

drink to US English

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

binge-drink US English

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

drink deep US English

Take a large draft or drafts of something

soft drink US English

A nonalcoholic drink, especially one that is carbonated

mixed drink US English

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

drink-driving US English

British term for drunk driving.

energy drink US English

Any of various types of beverage that are considered a source of energy, especially a soft drink containing a high percentage of sugar and/or caffeine or other stimulant

strong drink US English

Alcohol, especially liquor

sports drink US English

A soft drink designed or marketed for consumption in conjunction with sporting activity or strenuous exercise, and which typically contains electrolytes such as sodium, potassium, and chloride, and a high percentage of sugar to restore energy

drink to in drink US 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 US English

Drive a vehicle while under the influence of alcohol

drink deep in drink US English

Take a large draft or drafts of something

I'll drink to that US English

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

drink like a fish US English

Drink excessive amounts of alcohol

drink the Kool-Aid US English

Demonstrate unquestioning obedience or loyalty to someone or something

drink someone's health US English

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

be meat and drink to US English

Be a source of great pleasure to

drink someone under the table US English

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

drink and drive in drink US English

Drive a vehicle while under the influence of alcohol

drink someone's health in drink US English

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

drink up in drink US English

Consume the rest of a drink, especially in a rapid manner

drink the Kool-Aid in Kool-Aid US English

Demonstrate unquestioning obedience or loyalty to someone or something

I'll drink to that in drink US English

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

drink like a fish in fish1 US English

Drink excessive amounts of alcohol

be meat and drink to in meat US English

Be a source of great pleasure to

drink something in in drink US English

Watch or listen to something with eager pleasure or interest

the drink in drink US English

The sea or another large area of water

outdrink US English

Drink more alcohol than (another person)

drink someone under the table in drink US English

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

overdrink US English

Drink too much alcohol

drink a toast to in drink US English

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

you can lead a horse to water but you can't make him drink US English

You can give someone an opportunity, but you can’t force them to take it

you can lead a horse to water but you can't make him drink in horse US English

You can give someone an opportunity, but you can’t force them to take it

you can lead or take a horse to water but you can't make him drink in horse US English

You can give someone an opportunity, but you can’t force them to take it

drink US Thesaurus

she drank her coffee

drink English-Spanish

bebida feminine

drink in English-Spanish

plants drink in water through their roots

drink up English-Spanish

bebérselo, terminar su (

soft drink English-Spanish

refresco masculinebebida no alcohólica

drink-driving New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

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

drink-driver English-Spanish

→ drunk driver

drink-driving English-Spanish

→ drunk driving

sports drink English-Spanish

bebida feminine isotónica

drink in English-Spanish

plants drink in water through their roots

drink up English-Spanish

bebérselo, terminar su (


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