Something that wives keep count of when you are at a party.
For example, after a couple of hours laughing and joking with the men, your wife will sidle up to you and say in a very accusing tone of voice "That's your fourth drink, you know".
That's your fourth drink, you know.
by soreofhing July 06, 2009
David Chapelle,(an expert in this field of study) readily defines this word as “Purple Drink in the
back of the fridge” According to popular studies, the term “Drink” indicates a beverage which
has been made with less then 25% actual juices. They are usually inexpensive and very high in
sugar. A certain amount of racism has been spreading about the word drink, saying that African
American
people drink drink, and Caucasians drink juice. However, it has been proven that the
occasional white man enjoys a good drink every now and then.
Why have Sunny D when there is a perfectly good drink in the back?
by Norman "Gir" Lalonde January 28, 2006
1) any beverage, most often one which is or contains alcohol.
2) "in the drink" - referring to something that is over and done with.
(from the golf term, a small body of water on the course where the ball will sometimes fall into).
one more year in the drink...so let's have one more drink, shall we?
by polo January 01, 2005
1. Alcoholic beverage.
2. Something consumed as a fluid.
1. You got the drink for the party?
2. I'm so thirsty, I need a drink.
by brendan September 16, 2004
The sometimes-labelled fluorescent beverage located near the juice section of Wal-Mart. This product is cheaply made and doesn't have a direct name. So the company responsible resided to the name of 'Drink.' With appropriate flavors to correspond to the color.

Examples: Cherry Drink, Lemonade Drink, Grape Drink.
Pass me some drink, sucka!
by Gleg October 23, 2002
Golf: Slang for a body of water.
My ball went into the drink.
by Alex October 09, 2003
An Australian term for a small amount of people at someones house to sit and chat while drinking, but without getting massively drunk. Usually on a weekend before going out or occasianly after work.

similar to a gathering but a more commonly used word.
After work, a few of us are having drinks at Mikes.
by dnxy53 June 22, 2007

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