round of drinks

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Noun1.round of drinks - a serving to each of a group (usually alcoholic); "he ordered a second round"
helping, serving, portion - an individual quantity of food or drink taken as part of a meal; "the helpings were all small"; "his portion was larger than hers"; "there's enough for two servings each"
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ASO-CALLED "gentle giant" who paralysed a pub goer with a single punch following a row over a round of drinks has been jailed.
A FIGHT over a round of drinks in a Midland pub ended up with one victim suffering "catastrophic injuries".
The 38-year-old ended up with a PS700 bill, causing one magistrate to quip that his round of drinks were "the most expensive cocktails you can have."
We have been informed by the bar owner that he was in the company of two male friends and a lady and that he paid for a round of drinks before leaving the club that night," said his brother Samuel Sigei.
A trip to the bar was necessary to order a second round of drinks with none of the staff following up after excellent value-for-money meals of steak pie and chips and fish and chips had been finished.
Summary: Santa Barbara (California) [U.S.A.], May 21 (ANI): Singer Katy Perry offered to buy a round of drinks for her fans at her concert over the weekend.
The Script are a generous bunch - they bought a round of drinks for 8,000 fans at their gig in Brussels to celebrate St Patrick's Day.
Back in the day, you'd have kicked off if you were left out of a round of drinks. These days they are complaining about missing a team photo-session.
7. Monster Mash Drinking Game: This ( game could get tricky if you play after a round of drinks or two.
After another round of drinks and some post-conversation mingling, a few dozen guests departed for Hotel Americano for an intimate dinner with Dr.
The actor, who plays pub landlord Mick Carter on the show, said he barely had enough money to travel to meet the producers and feared the team asking him to buy a round of drinks.