Sinónimos de drink en inglés:

drink


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1‘she drank her coffee’

SINÓNIMOS
swallow, gulp down, quaff, swill, guzzle, sup
imbibe, partake of, sip, consume, take
drain, toss off
coloquial swig, down, knock back, put away, sink, kill, slug, inhale, wet one's whistle
Britanico coloquial neck
Norteamericano coloquial scarf, scarf down, scarf up, snarf, snarf down, snarf up, chug
marginal ingurgitate

2‘a churchgoing man who never drank’

SINÓNIMOS
drink alcohol, take alcohol, tipple, indulge
be a hard drinker, be a heavy drinker, be a serious drinker, be an alcoholic, binge-drink
carouse, go drinking, predrink
coloquial take a drop, hit the bottle, take to the bottle, booze, knock a few back, have a few, have one over the eight, tank up, get tanked up, drink like a fish, go on a bender, go on a binge
Britanico coloquial bevvy
Norteamericano coloquial bend one's elbow, lush
inglés de Australia, inglés de Nueva Zelanda coloquial grog up
arcaico wassail, tope
ANTÓNIMOS

be teetotal, be on the wagon

3‘let's drink to the success of our venture’

SINÓNIMOS
toast, propose a toast to, wish health to, wish luck to, wish success to, salute

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1‘he took another sip of his drink’

SINÓNIMOS
beverage, drinkable liquid, potable liquid, liquid refreshment, thirst quencher
dram, bracer, nightcap, nip, tot, spot
Norteamericano eye-opener
Scottish, inglés de Irlanda deoch an doris
Britanico coloquial cuppa, pint
marginal potation, libation

2‘he sought refuge in drink because of his loneliness’

SINÓNIMOS
alcohol, liquor, intoxicating liquor, alcoholic drink, strong drink, intoxicants
coloquial booze, hooch, the hard stuff, firewater, gut-rot, rotgut, moonshine, tipple, the demon drink, the bottle, juice, the sauce, grog, Dutch courage, John Barleycorn
Britanico coloquial wallop, bevvy

3‘she took a drink of her wine’

SINÓNIMOS
swallow, gulp, sip, draught, swill
coloquial swig, slug
Norteamericano coloquial chug

4‘she asked if she could have a drink of orange juice’

SINÓNIMOS
glass, cup, mug

5the drink‘he heaved the outboard motor into the drink’

SINÓNIMOS
the sea, the ocean, the water
coloquial the briny, Davy Jones's locker
literario the deep

Phrases

    drink something in

    ‘he drank in the details of the crime’


    SINÓNIMOS
    absorb, assimilate, digest, ingest, take in, be absorbed in, be immersed in, be rapt in, be lost in, be fascinated by, pay close attention to