Drink meaning

drĭngk
To take in eagerly through the senses or intellect.

Drank in the beauty of the day.

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To take into the mouth and swallow (a liquid).
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The definition of a drink is a liquid made for swallowing.

An example of a drink is chocolate milk.

noun
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To take in or soak up; absorb.

Drank the fresh air; spongy earth that drank up the rain.

verb
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To bring to a specific state by drinking alcoholic liquors.

Drank our sorrows away.

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Drink is defined as to bring into the mouth and swallow or to absorb.

An example of to drink is to take a sip of ice cold lemonade.

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To swallow liquid.

Drank noisily; drink from a goblet.

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To imbibe alcoholic liquors.

They only drink socially.

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To swallow the liquid contents of (a vessel).

Drank a cup of tea.

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To salute a person or an occasion with a toast.

We will drink to your continued success.

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An amount of liquid swallowed.

Took a long drink from the fountain.

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Excessive or habitual indulgence in alcoholic liquor.
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(slang) A body of water; the sea.

The hatch cover slid off the boat and into the drink.

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To take (liquid) into the mouth and swallow it.
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To absorb (liquid or moisture)
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To swallow the contents of.
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To propose or take part in (a toast)

To drink someone's health.

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To bring into a specified condition by drinking.

To drink oneself into a stupor.

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To use (up) or spend by drinking alcoholic liquor.
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To take liquid into the mouth and swallow it.
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To absorb anything as if in drinking.
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To drink alcoholic liquor, sometimes specif. as a matter of habit or to excess.
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Any liquid for drinking; beverage.
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Alcoholic liquor.
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Habitual or excessive use of alcoholic liquor.
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A portion of liquid drunk or for drinking, specif. one containing alcohol.

To stop somewhere for a drink after work.

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drink deep (of)
  • to take in a large amount (of) by or as by drinking
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drink in
  • to take in with the senses or the mind, esp. in an eager manner
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drink to
  • to drink in honor of; drink a toast to
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the drink
  • any body of water, esp. the ocean
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Idioms and Phrasal Verbs

drink deep (of)
the drink

Origin of drink

  • Middle English drinken from Old English drincan dhreg- in Indo-European roots

    From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition