The action of drinking, especially with the verbs take or have. (noun)
A type of beverage (usually mixed). (noun)
Alcohol beverages in general. (noun)
Any body of water. (noun)
To consume (a liquid) through the mouth. (verb)
To consume alcoholic beverages. (verb)
Examples of word drink
The Law of the Jungle says that as the elephants are the lords of the jungle, they shall drink _first_: but they must be careful to drink _down the stream_, so that all the other animals may have a place higher up, where they can get _clear water to drink_.
Inspiration, -- _Woe unto him that giveth his neighbour drink, that puttest thy bottle to him, and makest him drunken also_: and again -- _Woe unto them that are mighty to drink wine, and men of strength to mingle strong drink_.
Â“Poh! man, drink it down, Â” rejoinÂ’d the sailor, Â“drink it downÂ—it wonÂ’t hurt you.
To date, they have handed out 2,000 liters of hydropacks (a packet you can drop into any water source no matter how polluted, put a straw in and drink), seven HydroWell Villages with enough supplies to produce 161,700 liters of drink* and have given 368
The boy went from Â¨Ã³h you canÂ´t drink so I wonÂ´t drinkÂ´Â´ to Â´Â´well I might have a couple of beersÂ´Â´ to Â´Â´weÂ´re going out for couple more, be back in about an hour (10. 30pm - poor girlfriend tucked up in bed not being able to drink), to rather predictably rocking in at 4am smelling like a giant cocktail.