Meaning of drink up in English:

drink up

Translate drink up into Spanish

phrasal verb

  • also drink something up, drink up somethingQuickly consume the rest of a drink.

    ‘we've probably got another five minutes or so, so we'd best drink up’
    • ‘someone drank up all my liquor’
    • ‘In Ireland there is a tradition of having to drink up quickly before leaving the pub at closing time.’
    • ‘One of the things that fuels the increase in alcohol-related violence is people drinking up when they know they are close to closing time.’
    • ‘She says the policeman appeared at the pub at 12.10 am but the pub had stopped serving customers by midnight and people were in the process of drinking up.’
    • ‘‘There will be less binge-drinking or drinking up before the bell,’ she said.’
    • ‘The Landlady and Landlord are of the old school, friendly but quite strict on drinking up after the last bell.’
    • ‘Customers jonesiing for alcohol are directed to the neighboring Brooklyn Ale House (corner of Berry and N.8th) where they can drink up before entering Sin-é to see the shows.’
    • ‘2: 16-3: 30 - If you haven't had to urinate within two hours of a workout, you're dehydrated, so drink up.’
    • ‘Sometimes when he left an after-work bar outing to hurry home, his colleagues would privately breathe a sigh of relief; with him gone, they could drink up and tell off-color jokes.’
    • ‘Why have you always got two glasses in your hand - come on, drink up!’
    • ‘We just drink up and, well, eventually, we go home.’
    • ‘The waiter bills you 3 CUCS, you drink up and move on.’
    • ‘And the bartender said, All right, everybody drink up now because you know no ordering during the movie.’
    • ‘We'll also be passing the hat for additional donations, so drink up and loosen your purse strings.’
    • ‘Women, if you think that you're going to need one more latte to get through the day, well, drink up.’
    • ‘Overall, it's better to err on the side of hydration, so drink up!’
    • ‘This leaves me, two businessmen who have suddenly started to drink up, the swines, and her in this corner.’
    drink, swallow, gulp, gulp down, guzzle, slurp, attack, down, drink down, drink up, force down, get down, finish off, polish off, drain, empty, imbibe, have, take, partake of, ingest, consume, sup, sip, lap