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Drink up

drɪŋk

Meanings of Drink up:

phrasal verb

Drink to the last drop

Drink-in

drɪŋk

Meanings of Drink-in:

phrasal verb

To listen to, look at, or experience something with great interest and enjoyment

Usage examples:

They drank in the words of their leader.

Meanings of Drink-to:

phrasal verb

(of two or more people) to hold your glasses up, often touch them together, and then drink from them to express your respect or good wishes for something or someone

Usage examples:

Let’s drink to jessica and wish her well in her new job.

Meanings of Drinkable:

adjective

(of a liquid) fit to drink; potable.

Usage examples:

A supply of drinkable water

Meanings of Drinkables:

adjective

(of a liquid) fit to drink; potable.

Usage examples:

A supply of drinkable water

Drinker

ˈdrɪŋ.kər

Meanings of Drinker:

noun

A person who drinks a particular drink.

Usage examples:

Coffee drinkers

Drinkers

ˈdrɪŋ.kər

Meanings of Drinkers:

noun

A person who drinks a particular drink.

Usage examples:

Coffee drinkers

Meanings of Drinking:

noun

The action or habit of consuming alcohol.

Usage examples:

He was ordered to cut down his drinking
verb

Take (a liquid) into the mouth and swallow.

Usage examples:

We sat by the fire, drinking our tea

Drinks

drɪŋk

Meanings of Drinks:

verb

Take (a liquid) into the mouth and swallow.

Usage examples:

We sat by the fire, drinking our tea
noun

A liquid that can be swallowed as refreshment or nourishment.

Usage examples:

Fizzy drinks
phrase

A party at which you have drinks, especially alcoholic drinks

Usage examples:

Come over for drinks on saturday., uk we're having a small drinks party for one of our colleagues w…

Meanings of Drip:

verb

Let fall or be so wet as to shed small drops of liquid.

Usage examples:

The tap won't stop dripping
noun

A small drop of a liquid.

Usage examples:

She put the bucket on top of the dresser to catch the drips

Dripped

drɪp

Meanings of Dripped:

verb

Let fall or be so wet as to shed small drops of liquid.

Usage examples:

The tap won't stop dripping
noun

A small drop of a liquid.

Usage examples:

She put the bucket on top of the dresser to catch the drips

Past simple and past participle of drip

Meanings of Drippier:

adjective

Weak, ineffectual, or sloppily sentimental.

Usage examples:

A drippy love song

Drippiest

ˈdrɪp.i

Meanings of Drippiest:

adjective

Weak, ineffectual, or sloppily sentimental.

Usage examples:

A drippy love song

Meanings of Dripping:

noun

Fat that has melted and dripped from roasting meat, used in cooking or eaten cold as a spread.

Usage examples:

Bread and dripping
adjective

Very wet.

Usage examples:

Dripping wet hair
verb

Let fall or be so wet as to shed small drops of liquid.

Usage examples:

The tap won't stop dripping

Drippings

ˈdrɪp.ɪŋz

Meanings of Drippings:

noun

Fat that has melted and dripped from roasting meat, used in cooking or eaten cold as a spread.

Usage examples:

Bread and dripping
adjective

Very wet.

Usage examples:

dripping wet hair

Drippy

ˈdrɪp.i

Meanings of Drippy:

adjective

Weak, ineffectual, or sloppily sentimental.

Usage examples:

A drippy love song

Meanings of Drips:

verb

Let fall or be so wet as to shed small drops of liquid.

Usage examples:

The tap won't stop dripping
noun

A small drop of a liquid.

Usage examples:

She put the bucket on top of the dresser to catch the drips

Dripstone

ˈdrɪpstəʊn

Meanings of Dripstone:

noun

A moulding over a door or window which deflects rain.

Usage examples:

Exterior features of the house are a steeply pitched roof, large gables and architectural details s…

Drivable

ˈdrʌɪvəb(ə)l

Meanings of Drivable:

adjective

(of a motor vehicle) able to be driven.

Usage examples:

The car was found abandoned and no longer drivable

Drive

draɪv

Meanings of Drive:

verb

Operate and control the direction and speed of a motor vehicle.

Usage examples:

He got into his car and drove off
noun

(of a fact or feeling) compel (someone) to act in a particular way, especially one that is considered undesirable or inappropriate.

Usage examples:

He was driven by ambition

Meanings of Drive a hard bargain:

phrase

Be uncompromising in making a deal.

Usage examples:

The company's prowess in driving a hard bargain has placed severe pressure on suppliers
idiom

To strongly defend a position that is very much to your advantage when reaching an agreement

Usage examples:

He drives a hard bargain, but we finally made a deal.

Meanings of Drive a wedge between:

phrase

Separate.

Usage examples:

The general aimed to drive a wedge between the city and its northern defences
idiom

To damage the good relationship that two people or groups of people have

Usage examples:

It doesn't make sense to let things that happened in the past drive a wedge between us now.

Meanings of Drive away:

phrasal verb

Force to go away

Meanings of Drive back:

phrasal verb

Force or drive back

Meanings of Drive by:

adjective

(of a shooting or other act) carried out from a passing vehicle.

Usage examples:

A drive-by shooting
noun

A shooting carried out from a passing vehicle.

Usage examples:

They had a drive-by and my daddy caught the bullets

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