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

The meaning of "Drinking" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does Take up drinking mean?
A: To start drinking alcohol which you previously didn't drink
Q: What does
"I like to go out drinking, but the come down the next day is rough" mean?
A: Let's break down the sentence:
"I like to go out drinking" = Meaning that the person obviously has a liking for drinking
"but the come down" = doesn't really make sense. Remove the "the" will correct it
"The next day is rough" = Meaning that after drinking a fair amount of alcohol will give you a hangover.
Hope I helped
Q: What does What am I drinking from? mean?
A: It means "what kind of cup, glass, mug, etc. am I drinking from."
Q: What does drinking coke mean?
A: Drinking Coca Cola
Q: What does you've been drinking the cool-aid mean?
A: It means to be too trusting, especially to believe something ridiculous because your team said it.

It's "kool-aid", which is a brand name. In the 70s there was a famous case of a cult, which ended when the members committed suicide by drinking poisoned soft drink. Kool-Aid is the brand- understandably, the company that makes the drink don't like this phrase.

Example sentences using "Drinking"

Q: Please show me example sentences with to down (drinking it all at once ).
A: thank you 🙏😂
Q: Please show me example sentences with eating and drinking??? .
A: The boy was eating his noodles loudly.
They were drinking at the house party.
I can't stop eating this delicious popcorn.
What are you drinking? It looks good.
Q: Please show me example sentences with give up drinking .
A: It means to stop drinking alcohol, usually in cases where people drink too often and are alcoholics. Example: "I tried to convince my friend to give up drinking because it was hurting their health."

Synonyms of "Drinking" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between I grew up with drinking green tea and I grew up drinking green tea and I was told the second one is right. Is it true, and why? ?
A: You can say that, but it might sound a bit awkward in some contexts to just say "I grew up with tea", but depending on the conversation it could sound alright (like if one was discussing why they knew so much about tea saying "I grew up with tea" makes a lot more sense). Other ways to say it could also be:
"Growing up there was always tea around me"
"I grew up with tea always around me"
If you want to play a bit around with the sentence structure.
Q: What is the difference between I went drinking.
and I went out for a drink. ?
A: Do you want to get a drink?
Q: What is the difference between we aren’t drinking their tea and we do not drink their tea ?
A: we aren't drinking their tea = right now, at this moment in time

we don't drink their tea = generally, regularly, in general
Q: What is the difference between they can't help drinking beer. and they have no choice but to drink beer. ?
A: the first one implies that they feel they shouldn't but want to anyway, and the second implies that beer is the only available drink.
Q: What is the difference between go drinking and go out for a drink ?
A: I use both regularly. They have the exact same meaning in all situations, so both are natural

Translations of "Drinking"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? What do you call this?
It is used in drinking water or whatever drinks
A: Bottle or Flask works fine.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? 次回の飲み会(drinking party)は必ず参加する予定です。
A: "I definitely plan on coming to the next nomikai / drinking party."
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? i couldn't handle drinking my own blood
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? is it called the drinking machine ?
A: It's a vending machine :)

Other questions about "Drinking"

Q: 🍻🍺Enjoying drinking with the same faces everyday. lol

毎日同じメンツ 笑

does this sound natural?
A: いいと思います。
Q: After the drinking water facility in the village, villagers could drink water until they were satisfied. does this sound natural?
A: Perhaps "​​After the drinking water facility was built in the village, villagers could drink water until they were satisfied." Hope that this helps.
Q: If I chatted drinking coffee with my friend, who was also drinking coffee, Should I say "we chatted over two cups of coffee" ? Or should I stick to "we chatted over a cup of coffee"?
A: We chatted over coffee
Q: What is he drinking? Is it delicious?
A: It looks like he's drinking green-colored beer for St. Patrick's Day. It's just regular beer, but it's dyed green with food coloring. The national color of Ireland is green, and St. Patrick's Day is a famous Irish holiday.

Q: What do you eat after drinking?
In Japan, we often eat RAMEN.
A: Taco Bell
By the way, you don't need to capitalize ramen. ;)

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