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drink

noun [C or U] (LIQUID)
液体
 
 
/drɪŋk/
(an amount of) liquid which is taken into the body through the mouth
饮料;一杯,一份(饮料)
Would you like a drink of water/tea/juice?
你想喝点儿水/茶/果汁吗?
They'd had no food or drink for two days.
他们已经两天没吃没喝了。
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(Definition of drink noun (LIQUID) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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