drink Definition

  • 1a liquid that is taken into the body through the mouth
  • 2an alcoholic beverage

Using drink: Examples

Take a moment to familiarize yourself with how "drink" can be used in various situations through the following examples!

  • Example

    I need a drink of water.

  • Example

    Would you like a drink?

  • Example

    He had too much to drink last night.

  • Example

    She ordered a drink at the bar.

drink Synonyms and Antonyms

Synonyms for drink

Idioms Using drink

  • to drink alcohol excessively


    He drank like a fish at the party last night.

  • to be able to drink more alcohol than someone else without becoming drunk


    She can drink anyone under the table.

  • used to express agreement or approval of something that has been said


    A: I'm so glad it's Friday. B: Drink to that!

Phrases with drink

  • a non-alcoholic beverage


    I'll have a soft drink, please.

  • a beverage that contains caffeine and other stimulants, intended to provide a temporary boost in energy


    He drinks an energy drink every morning to help him wake up.

  • an alcoholic beverage made by mixing two or more ingredients


    The bartender made me a delicious mixed drink with vodka and cranberry juice.


Summary: drink in Brief

The term 'drink' [drɪŋk] refers to a liquid taken into the body through the mouth, including both non-alcoholic and alcoholic beverages. Examples include 'I need a drink of water.' and 'She ordered a drink at the bar.' Idioms like 'drink like a fish' and 'drink to that' add color to conversations about drinking.

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