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guz·zle

 (gŭz′əl)
v. guz·zled, guz·zling, guz·zles
v.tr.
1. To drink greedily or habitually: guzzle beer.
2. To consume to excess: a car that guzzles gas.
v.intr.
To drink, especially alcoholic beverages, greedily or habitually.

[Origin unknown.]

guz′zler n.

guzzle

(ˈɡʌzəl)
vb
to consume (food or drink) excessively or greedily
[C16: of unknown origin]

guz•zle

(ˈgʌz əl)

v.i., v.t. -zled, -zling.
to drink, or sometimes eat, greedily or excessively.
[1570–80; orig. uncertain]
guz′zler, n.

Guzzle

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guzzle


Past participle: guzzled
Gerund: guzzling

Imperative
guzzle
guzzle
Present
I guzzle
you guzzle
he/she/it guzzles
we guzzle
you guzzle
they guzzle
Preterite
I guzzled
you guzzled
he/she/it guzzled
we guzzled
you guzzled
they guzzled
Present Continuous
I am guzzling
you are guzzling
he/she/it is guzzling
we are guzzling
you are guzzling
they are guzzling
Present Perfect
I have guzzled
you have guzzled
he/she/it has guzzled
we have guzzled
you have guzzled
they have guzzled
Past Continuous
I was guzzling
you were guzzling
he/she/it was guzzling
we were guzzling
you were guzzling
they were guzzling
Past Perfect
I had guzzled
you had guzzled
he/she/it had guzzled
we had guzzled
you had guzzled
they had guzzled
Future
I will guzzle
you will guzzle
he/she/it will guzzle
we will guzzle
you will guzzle
they will guzzle
Future Perfect
I will have guzzled
you will have guzzled
he/she/it will have guzzled
we will have guzzled
you will have guzzled
they will have guzzled
Future Continuous
I will be guzzling
you will be guzzling
he/she/it will be guzzling
we will be guzzling
you will be guzzling
they will be guzzling
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been guzzling
you have been guzzling
he/she/it has been guzzling
we have been guzzling
you have been guzzling
they have been guzzling
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been guzzling
you will have been guzzling
he/she/it will have been guzzling
we will have been guzzling
you will have been guzzling
they will have been guzzling
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been guzzling
you had been guzzling
he/she/it had been guzzling
we had been guzzling
you had been guzzling
they had been guzzling
Conditional
I would guzzle
you would guzzle
he/she/it would guzzle
we would guzzle
you would guzzle
they would guzzle
Past Conditional
I would have guzzled
you would have guzzled
he/she/it would have guzzled
we would have guzzled
you would have guzzled
they would have guzzled
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.guzzle - drink greedily or as if with great thirst; "The boys guzzled the cheap vodka"
drink, imbibe - take in liquids; "The patient must drink several liters each day"; "The children like to drink soda"

guzzle

verb devour, drink, neck (slang), bolt, wolf, cram, gorge, gobble, knock back (informal), swill, quaff, tope, pig out on (slang), stuff yourself with She had been guzzling gin and tonics all evening.

guzzle

verb
1. To swallow (food or drink) greedily or rapidly in large amounts:
2. To take alcoholic liquor, especially excessively or habitually:
Informal: nip, soak.
Slang: booze, lush, tank up.
Idioms: bend the elbow, hit the bottle .
Translations

guzzle

[ˈgʌzl]
A. VT
1. [+ food] → engullirse, tragarse; [+ drink] → soplarse, tragarse (LAm)
2. [car] [+ petrol] → tragar mucho
B. VI (= eat) → engullir, tragar; (= drink) → soplar, tragar (LAm)

guzzle

[ˈgʌzəl]
vis'empiffrer
vt [+ drink] → siffler

guzzle

(inf)
vi (= eat)futtern (inf); (= drink)schlürfen
vt (= eat)futtern (inf); (= drink)schlürfen; fuelsaufen (inf)

guzzle

[ˈgʌzl]
1. vt (food) → ingozzare; (drink) → tracannare (hum) (petrol) → bere
2. vigozzovigliare
References in classic literature ?
Shuttleworthy's heart good to see the old fellow swallow it, as he did, quart after quart; so that, one day, when the wine was in and the wit as a natural consequence, somewhat out, he said to his crony, as he slapped him upon the back -- "I tell you what it is, 'Old Charley,' you are, by all odds, the heartiest old fellow I ever came across in all my born days; and, since you love to guzzle the wine at that fashion, I'll be darned if I don't have to make thee a present of a big box of the Chateau-Margaux.
Now, the design of your creation is--not that you should swill, and guzzle, and associate your enjoyments, brutally, with food; Toby thought remorsefully of the tripe; 'but that you should feel the Dignity of Labour.
The soldiers smoke, guzzle, and get drunk; they are gentle as lambs if you only give them brandy or Moselle, but scholars, and drink, smoke, and fuddle -- ah, yes, that's altogether different.
To tipple, booze, swill, soak, guzzle, lush, bib, or swig.
As a result of the historic drought gripping the Golden State, California regulators mandated that lawns and other landscaping on new and renovated buildings and homes guzzle less water.
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New Guzzle Puzzle Becomes the First Sweet to be Officially Supplied to Magicians' Society
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In view of the ongoing climate change scares linked to carbon emissions, may I suggest we resurrect the Sinclair C5 to replace our massive fleets of heavy goods lorries that churn out carbon emissions and guzzle our diminishing oil reserves?
Delicious Drinks to Sip, Slurp, Gulp & Guzzle Rose Dunnington Chicago Review Press
The first supports parents and health officials who are outraged that Coca-Cola, Pepsi, and other companies are tempting children to guzzle soft drinks at schools.