1. to drink
What do you want to drink?
Do you want to drink some wine?
What would you like to drink?
There was a poster of her urging all the passers-by to drink milk.
I'd like to drink some water.
I would like somerhing non-alcoholic to drink.
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Father stopped drinking.
Would you please stop singing so loudly? This is not a cheap drinking place.
If you go drinking with Tom, be prepared to listen to some pretty outlandish cock and bull stories.
Drink water only when you are thirsty; drinking 8 glasses a day is only a myth.
As the date didn't work for the section chief, it was necessary to completely reorganize the drinking party.
I already have something planned for Friday, so I won't be able to make it to the drinking session.
As he was drinking he got very merry and kept telling everybody just how much he hated hospitals.
Drinking Fanta and telling noobs to shut up, Al-Sayib replied, taking a sip of the aforementioned Fanta. "Wait, who is this?"
We'll have to organize the drinking party all over again as the section chief can't make it now.
Is the source of the erectile dysfunction of my husband the fact that he started drinking?
Huh? Dima didn't understand. "But isn't this Al-Sayib? And aren't you drinking Fanta and telling noobs to shut up?"
At night, Roger went to music clubs and drinking places where country and western bands played. These places provided him with a music education.
The methods used to overcome stress are different for men and women: drinking is the major method used by men, while women deal with stress by chatting.
It's absolutely miserable outside; cold, wet rain is no good for drinking beer on the plaza with your friends.
Although Hiroko dislikes cigarette smoke, she readily goes out drinking with friends.