drink

drink
I [drɪŋk]
nome
1) (nonalcoholic) bevanda f., bibita f.

to have a drink — bere qualcosa

could I have a drink of water? — potrei avere un bicchiere o un sorso d'acqua?

2) (alcoholic) bevanda f. alcolica, drink m.

a quick drink — un bicchierino

3) (act of drinking)

to take o have a drink of sth. — bere un sorso di qcs

4) U (collectively) bevande f.pl.; (alcoholic) alcol m.

to be under the influence of drink — essere in stato d'ebbrezza

to take to drink — darsi al bere

II 1. [drɪŋk]
verbo transitivo (pass. drank; p.pass. drunk) bere [liquid, glass]

to drink sth. from a cup — bere qcs. dalla tazza

2.
verbo intransitivo (pass., drank; p.pass. drunk)
1) (consume liquid) bere (from, out of in, da)

to drink (straight) from the bottle — bere alla bottiglia

2) (consume alcohol) bere

don't drink and drive — non guidate se avete bevuto

3) (as toast)

to drink to the bride — bere o brindare alla sposa

3.
verbo riflessivo

to drink oneself stupid o silly — bere fino a istupidirsi

••

I'll drink to that! — ottimo! idea eccellente!

* * *
[driŋk] 1. past tense - drank; verb
1) (to swallow (a liquid): She drank a pint of water; He drank from a bottle.) bere
2) (to take alcoholic liquids, especially in too great a quantity.) bere
2. noun
1) ((an act of drinking) a liquid suitable for swallowing: He had/took a drink of water; Lemonade is a refreshing drink.) bevanda, bibita
2) ((a glassful etc of) alcoholic liquor: He likes a drink when he returns home from work; Have we any drink in the house?) bicchiere, drink
- drink to / drink to the health of
- drink to / drink the health of
- drink up
* * *
I [drɪŋk]
nome
1) (nonalcoholic) bevanda f., bibita f.

to have a drink — bere qualcosa

could I have a drink of water? — potrei avere un bicchiere o un sorso d'acqua?

2) (alcoholic) bevanda f. alcolica, drink m.

a quick drink — un bicchierino

3) (act of drinking)

to take o have a drink of sth. — bere un sorso di qcs

4) U (collectively) bevande f.pl.; (alcoholic) alcol m.

to be under the influence of drink — essere in stato d'ebbrezza

to take to drink — darsi al bere

II 1. [drɪŋk]
verbo transitivo (pass. drank; p.pass. drunk) bere [liquid, glass]

to drink sth. from a cup — bere qcs. dalla tazza

2.
verbo intransitivo (pass., drank; p.pass. drunk)
1) (consume liquid) bere (from, out of in, da)

to drink (straight) from the bottle — bere alla bottiglia

2) (consume alcohol) bere

don't drink and drive — non guidate se avete bevuto

3) (as toast)

to drink to the bride — bere o brindare alla sposa

3.
verbo riflessivo

to drink oneself stupid o silly — bere fino a istupidirsi

••

I'll drink to that! — ottimo! idea eccellente!


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