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drink noun

ADJ. cold, cool, iced, refreshing I could do with a nice cool drink. | hot, warm | milky | fizzy | low-alcohol, non-alcoholic, reduced-alcohol, soft | alcoholic | stiff, strong | diet, low-calorie | long She took a long drink of cold water. | celebratory | welcome You will be offered a welcome drink on arrival at the hotel. | farewell | early-evening, lunchtime | leisurely We were enjoying a leisurely drink before dinner. | quick | quiet

QUANT. round We ordered a round of drinks while waiting for a table.

VERB + DRINK drink, have I'll just drink my drink then we can go. She had a hot drink and went to bed. | sip | down, finish, knock back He knocked back his drink in one go and ordered another one. | take He took a drink of his beer and sat down. | go for Would you like to go for a drink after work? | buy (sb), get (sb), offer (sb), order (sb) Can I buy you a drink? | pour (sb), serve (sb) He poured himself a stiff drink to calm his nerves. | spike The robbers spiked his drink before taking his wallet and passport. | drive sb to Her money problems drove her to drink (= made her start drinking a lot of alcohol). | turn to After his wife died, he turned to drink.

DRINK + NOUN drinks party We've been invited to a drinks party. | drinks cabinet/cupboard She took a bottle from the drinks cabinet. | problem She suspected her boss had a drink problem.

PREP. in a/the ~ Do you want ice in your drink? | ~ of I'll have a drink of milk, please.