drink down


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Verb1.drink down - drink down entirelydrink down - drink down entirely; "He downed three martinis before dinner"; "She killed a bottle of brandy that night"; "They popped a few beer after work"
drink, imbibe - take in liquids; "The patient must drink several liters each day"; "The children like to drink soda"
Translations

w>drink down

vt sephinuntertrinken, hinunterschlucken
References in classic literature ?
Ever and again he would be seized with a fit of deadly shuddering and groan aloud, and carrying the bottle to his lips, drink down the raw spirits by the mouthful.
He completed the sentence and the tale by burying his face in the down-tilted mouth of the condensed milk can and by gurgling the corrosive drink down his throat in thirsty gulps.
I want to make sure that we can offer him a good Somerset cider of Thatchers, because he's coming down to Somerset, so it's important that he is actually privy to what we drink down here.
If you put your drink down, even for a microsecond, it no longer is your drink.
the handsome waiter said with a dimpled smile as he set my drink down.
Once I put the drink down and started learning about my condition through The Basement, I was made aware of how important exercise and fitness is, and how participating in sport and other team activities can aid my fitness and help me communicate and form relationships with people.
It's agonising to watch at times as the star grapples with her own demons while coping with a new young fiance who is prepared to shovel pills and drink down her throat to get her on stage and pull in the cash when she is reluctant to leave her hotel, and just wants to be loved for herself.
The players get food and drink down them, sleep and then we focus on Parkhead.
Maybe not a book to pair with mojitos, but I can put the drink down for this one.
Then Carol lets Billy cheer her up with a drink down the pub and they end up having a cheeky smooch too
He reached for the sugar bowl, loaded a dessertspoon, forced the drink down in a gulp.
THE GANG: "This is the 1950s gang from Scotland Road having a drink down the local pub".