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to drink alcohol, especially regularly or too often
to use alcohol or illegal drugs in a way that is harmful to your health
to become sober after being drunk
to drink a large amount of something, especially alcohol, in an enthusiastic way
to drink a toast to someone
to put a small amount of strong alcohol, a drug, or poison into a drink or food, sometimes secretly
to make someone become less drunk
to drink alcohol quickly or in large amounts
a start-up … whose value has reached more than one billion US dollars
a small bird with long legs that lives near water
an afternoon full of crafts
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