Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Drink"

The meaning of "Drink" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does drink one's milk mean?
A: Milk used to be considered a staple of a healthy diet and children were often expected to "drink their milk" even if they didn't like it. Now, you might use the phrase to communicate that it's something that needs to be done, generally implying for the greater good, even if they don't really want to.

Example:

If you were sick and were refusing your medication because you disliked the taste, someone might say "Stop whining and drink your milk."

There is a similar usage along the lines of: "He clearly drinks his milk" to indicate that someone is tall or large, as milk was often thought to be a great source of the nutrients vital to bone growth and health.
Q: What does drink it all down mean?
A: finish the drink
completely finish
Q: What does did he said "drink"? 😮
Creo que no, tuh-reen?
what is that? mean?
A: It's "tureen". Es como un bol, normalmente para sopa. No sé por qué estaría llenado de jugo de mango jaja
Q: What does let's drink the night away.. mean?
A: Let's drink the night away
Q: What does drink 10 pints of Guinness back-to-back. mean?
A: "Back-to-back" means right after finishing the first one. So, after you finish one you drink another one.

Hope that helps!

Example sentences using "Drink"

Q: Please show me example sentences with soft drinks.
A: You can say what your favorite drink is
“ my favorite drink is spirte”
Or is someone ask you what you are drinking
“I am drinking soda”
Or is someone ask what drink you like the least
“I don’t like juice “
Q: Please show me example sentences with with all drinks made with fruits.
A: fruit juice
smoothie
milkshake
cider
Q: Please show me example sentences with A drink on the house.
A: "After hearing that the man was Hungarian, the barkeeper offered him a drink on the house."
"He played the guitar so well that the innkeeper gave him a drink on the house."
"on the house" just means "free" because the cost of the drink falls to the establishment (the house).
Q: Please show me example sentences with i'm not good at drink wine.
A: 'I'm not good at drink wine' does not make sense. If you mean 'I'm not good at drinking wine' I haven't heard that before. It is most likely a wrong way to say someone is unable to drink wine without getting drunk quickly.
Q: Please show me example sentences with fuzzy drink, soft drink.
A: It's "fizzy drink". Not sure I'd want to try a fuzzy drink. =P

"What kind of beer would you like, sir?"
"None for me, thanks. Do you have any soft drinks?"

Synonyms of "Drink" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between drink and beverage ?
A: They both are the same thing, You would only want to say Beverage if you want to sound more formal or proper
Q: What is the difference between soft drink and fizzy drink and sparkling drink and pop ?
A: sparkling drink (or, often, “sparkling beverage”) = carbonated water/seltzer

pop = a regional variation of soda (e.g., Coke, Sprite) in the US (usually the Midwest [e.g., Ohio, Michigan] and further west [e.g., Minnesota, North Dakota] but not California)

fizzy drink = soda in the UK, Australia and New Zealand (if you say that in the US people will picture something like 베로카, even though that specifically does not exist in the US)

soft drink = usually soda in North America (“soft” as opposed to drinks that are “hard” (i.e., alcoholic beverages))
Q: What is the difference between drink and sip ?
A: To drink (Or to have a drink) is when you consume a certain beverage.

Ex: It's so hot! I'm going to drink some water.

To sip (or to take a sip) means you just consumed a little bit of the beverage. For example, people ask for a sip when they just want to taste someone else's drink.

Ex: Is that a new beer brand everyone has been talking about? Can I have a sip?

I hope it helps. 😊
Q: What is the difference between who drinks milk and who does milk drink. ?
A: @yjkcia: you wouldn't say "who does milk drink" because that implies the milk is drinking someone
Q: What is the difference between I don't eat and drink. and I don't eat or drink ?
A: 'I don't eat and drink' means like 'i don't eat and drink at the same time'.
'i don't eat or drink' means like 'i don't eat and I don't drink'.

Translations of "Drink"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? “I won’t drink tomorrow” OR “I won’t TO drink tomorrow”?
A: I won’t drink tomorrow = я не буду пить завтра
I want to drink tomorrow = я хочу пить завтра
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? "have a drink, take a drink , grab a bar stool". do all they have the same meaning?

how do you say "술을 먹다(drink alcohol?)" in English?
A: no, they don't mean the same. Have a drink is ok.

술을 먹다 I think you can say have a drink or let's drink.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? 이런 날 술이 빠지면 섭섭하지. (we have drink soju day like this. ).
A: We have to drink soju on a day like this
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? 요구르트:yogurt drink...?
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? a drink blended wirh a fruit and milk
A: it's a "smoothie"

Other questions about "Drink"

Q: He'll bring the cold drink to the ill soldier. Does this sound natural?
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: I think we have ordered too much eats and drinks. Does this sound natural?
A: Ah, okay. It is referring to food in this example, but it's pretty uncommon, and you can't use it in the way your example does.

Aside from food, you can use a word like "grub" or "dishes".
Q: You can upgrade your drink for some extras.
A: I can understand what you are trying to say, but I would use "You can upgrade your drink at an extra cost"

"You can upgrade your drink with an additional charge."
The words "additional charge" and "extra cost" mean the same thing, but the prepositions used are not interchangeable.
Q: This drink is not too sweet; bitter but delicious. It has no sugar or no artificialsweeteners. I love it. Does this sound natural?
A: It has no sugar or artificial sweeteners.

You don't need to repeat "no" twice.
Q: When you say "Do you want any drinks?", does it refer to any types of drink (ie.water, juice) or alcohol drinks?
A: Yes :) people will specify what they want so no worries

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