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drink /drɪŋk/ verb (past tense drank /dræŋk/, past participle drunk /drʌŋk/)
drink noun

Irregular Forms: (drank)(drunk)


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drink
[verb]
Synonyms:
- swallow, gulp, guzzle, imbibe, quaff, sip, suck, sup
- booze (informal), hit the bottle (informal), tipple, tope
[noun]
Synonyms:
- beverage, liquid, potion, refreshment
- alcohol, booze (informal), hooch or hootch (informal, chiefly U.S. & Canad.), liquor, spirits, the bottle (informal)
- glass, cup, draught
Related Idioms: wet one's whistle, bend the elbow, cheer the inner man, drink like a fish, go on a binge, hit the bottle, take a nip
Related Words: drain, gulp, guzzle, slosh, slurp, swig, swill, wash down, honor, salute, wet, liquid, brew, potion, draw, pull, finger, jigger, libation
English Thesaurus: alcohol, drink, liquor, booze, spirits, ...

[TahlilGaran] English Synonym Dictionary

I. drink1 S1 W2 /drɪŋk/ verb (past tense drank /dræŋk/, past participle drunk /drʌŋk/)
[Word Family: noun: drink, drinker, drinking, drunk, drunkenness; adjective: drunk, drunken; verb: drink; adverb: drunkenly]
[Language: Old English; Origin: drincan]

1. [intransitive and transitive] to take liquid into your mouth and swallow it:
You should drink plenty of water.
What would you like to drink?
Take a seat while I get you something to drink.
She filled the glass and drank.

2. [intransitive] to drink alcohol, especially regularly or too much:
He’s been drinking heavily since his wife died.
I don’t drink.
Don’t drink and drive.
My flatmate Cherry drinks like a fish (=regularly drinks a lot of alcohol).

3. drink yourself silly/into a stupor/to death etc to drink so much alcohol that you become very drunk or unconscious, or die:
If he goes on this way he’ll drink himself to death.

4. drink somebody under the table to drink more alcohol than someone but not feel as ill as them:
He could drink nearly anyone under the table.

5. What are you drinking? spoken used to offer to buy someone a drink, especially in a pub

6. drink sb’s health British English to wish someone good health before having an alcoholic drink

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

II. drink2 S1 W2 noun
[Word Family: noun: drink, drinker, drinking, drunk, drunkenness; adjective: drunk, drunken; verb: drink; adverb: drunkenly]

1. [countable] an amount of liquid that you drink, or the act of drinking something
drink of
Have a drink of water.
He took a drink of his coffee.

2. [uncountable and countable] liquid that you can drink:
What’s your favourite drink?
food and drink companies

3. [uncountable and countable] an alcoholic drink:
He’d obviously had a few drinks.
Let’s go for a drink.

4. [uncountable] the habit of drinking too much alcohol, in a way that is very bad for your health:
The marriage ended because of her husband’s drink problem (=he drank too much alcohol).
They had driven him to drink (=made him start drinking too much alcohol regularly).
After her retirement from the stage she took to drink (=started drinking too much alcohol).

5. drinks [plural] British English a social occasion when you have alcoholic drinks and sometimes food
for drinks
Don’t forget we’re invited to the Jones’ for drinks on Sunday.

6. the drink old-fashioned the sea, a lake, or another large area of water

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

drink
noun
ADJ. cold, cool, iced, refreshing I could do with a nice cool drink.
hot, warm | milky | fizzy | low-alcohol, non-alcoholic, reduced-alcohol, soft | alcoholic | stiff, strong | diet, low-calorie | long She took a long drink of cold water.
celebratory | welcome You will be offered a welcome drink on arrival at the hotel.
farewell | early-evening, lunchtime | leisurely We were enjoying a leisurely drink before dinner.
quick | quiet
QUANT. round We ordered a round of drinks while waiting for a table.
VERB + DRINK drink, have I'll just drink my drink then we can go. She had a hot drink and went to bed.
sip | down, finish, knock back He knocked back his drink in one go and ordered another one.
take He took a drink of his beer and sat down.
go for Would you like to go for a drink after work?
buy (sb), get (sb), offer (sb), order (sb) Can I buy you a drink?
pour (sb), serve (sb) He poured himself a stiff drink to calm his nerves.
spike The robbers spiked his drink before taking his wallet and passport.
drive sb to Her money problems drove her to drink (= made her start drinking a lot of alcohol).
turn to After his wife died, he turned to drink.
DRINK + NOUN drinks party We've been invited to a drinks party.
drinks cabinet/cupboard She took a bottle from the drinks cabinet.
problem She suspected her boss had a drink problem.
PREP. in a/the ~ Do you want ice in your drink?
~ of I'll have a drink of milk, please.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

drink
verb
I. take liquid into the body
ADV. greedily I pulled the ring-top from the can and drank greedily.
down, up He filled a cup with water and drank it down in one gulp. Drink up, and let's go home.
VERB + DRINK get yourself sth to, find sth to, have sth to Go and get yourself something to eat and drink.
PREP. from He drank from a tumbler.
through drinking lemonade through a straw
PHRASES eat and drink

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

drink
II. drink alcohol
ADV. excessively, heavily, to excess, too much He's been drinking heavily since he lost his job.
in moderation, moderately, sensibly One way of persuading people to drink sensibly is to provide good-tasting alternatives with less alcohol.
steadily She had been drinking steadily since the early morning.
PHRASES drink and drive The campaign aims to persuade people not to drink and drive.
drink like a fish (= drink a lot) Simon was drinking like a fish that evening.
drink yourself to death He knew that he was probably drinking himself to death.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

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[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary


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