Usually said to reiterate the importance of drinking. Just saying "drink" once doesn't convey the sense importance surrounding our drinking culture. Said twice, with some gusto,a party shall evolve, like magic.

Can be compounded by saying "drink" as many times until it sounds something like Drinkdrinkdrkkddir
Person 1 : Yo what do you wanna do today?
Person 2: Drink drink!
Person 3: Yeah man, drinkdrindkdrindk!
by Pregame_Palace April 9, 2009
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Phrase suggesting that the listener appreciate, celebrate, and recognize and ultimately behold what it is that the speaker is referring.
Nikki stared in wonder at what he saw before him. There was Shannon sitting statuesque on the bar with her ankles in her hands, her smooth tan legs held in a perfect V-formation, her welcoming puss glistening with delight. "Come on, lover.... Drink it in. It's what you want, yes? Figuratively for now.....on a little bit you can get more literal".
by Nikki Stixx August 16, 2020
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An ocean or other large body of water that is entered unintentionally.
Bob got drunk and put his car in the drink.
by Waycoolrich August 8, 2007
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The act of pursuing happiness and self destruction at the same time.
"How can I be so thirsty this morning when I drank so much last night?"
by Godfather June 29, 2005
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When asked if you want a beverage at a social gathering, you ask if they are offering you a drink or a "Drink Drink". A "Drink Drink" contains alcohol.
When Amanda handed me that red cup, I had to ask her if it was a drink or a Drink Drink. Cause I only wanted it if it was a Drink Drink.
by So Gay November 7, 2010
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A temporary solution to a very permanent problem
Ah man Jame's dad died and he has been drinking since
by Dirty dick 69 April 27, 2016
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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 6, 2009
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