drinking

drinking
['drɪŋkɪŋ] 1.
nome (of alcohol) (il) bere (alcolici)

drinking and driving — guidare dopo avere bevuto

2.
modificatore [laws] sulla vendita e il consumo di alcol; [companion] di bevute
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drinking /ˈdrɪŋkɪŋ/
A n. [u]
1 il bere: the pleasures of eating and drinking, i piaceri del mangiare e del bere
2 il bere alcolici, il consumo di alcol: under-age [teenage] drinking, il consumo di alcol da parte di minori [tra gli adolescenti]; We did a lot of drinking when we were students, bevevamo molto quando eravamo studenti; a campaign to reduce drinking and driving, una campagna contro la guida in stato di ebbrezza
B a. attr.
1 che riguarda il bere; sull'uso degli alcolici: drinking laws, leggi sulla vendita e il consumo degli alcolici; I think he may have a drinking problem, penso che potrebbe avere un problema con il bere
2 potabile: drinking water, acqua potabile
drinking bout (o session), grande bevuta □ drinking chocolate, cioccolato in polvere □ drinking games, giochi che comportano il consumo di forti quantità di alcol (come penitenza) □ drinking fountain, fontanella pubblica □ drinking song, canzone conviviale □ drinking trough, abbeveratoio □ (in GB) drinking-up time, breve tempo concesso per finire le bevande in un pub (oltre l'orario di chiusura).
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['drɪŋkɪŋ] 1.
nome (of alcohol) (il) bere (alcolici)

drinking and driving — guidare dopo avere bevuto

2.
modificatore [laws] sulla vendita e il consumo di alcol; [companion] di bevute

English-Italian dictionary. 2013.

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