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Translation of "drink" - English-Spanish dictionary

drink

verb /driŋk/ ( past tense drank /draŋk/, past participle drunk /draŋk/)
to swallow (a liquid) beber, tomar She drank a pint of water He drank from a bottle.
to take alcoholic liquids, especially in too great a quantity beber He started drinking heavily and that’s when his problems began.
drinker noun
someone who regularly drinks alcohol, especially if they drink too much of it Bebedor a heavy drinker.
someone who regularly drinks a particular type of drink Bebedor a coffee/wine drinker.
drink-driving noun
(British ) driving a vehicle after having drunk too much alcohol; drunk driving Conducir bajo la influecia del Alcohol He was arrested for drunk driving.
drink in phrasal verb
to take in eagerly apreciar, empaparse de They listened eagerly, drinking in every detail.
drink to / drink (to) the health of
to offer good wishes to, or wish well, while drinking brindar (por), beber a la salud (de) They drank to his health Raise your glasses and drink to the bride and groom.
drink up phrasal verb
to finish by drinking bebérselo todo Drink up your milk!
(Definition of drink from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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