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drink

verb
 
 
/drɪŋk/ ( past tense drank, past participle drunk)
LIQUID [I, T] A1 to put liquid into your mouth and swallow it: Would you like something to drink? He was drinking a glass of milk.Drinking
ALCOHOL [I] A2 to drink alcohol, usually regularly: She doesn't smoke or drink.DrinkingDrinking alcohol
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