drunk

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UK:*UK and possibly other pronunciationsUK and possibly other pronunciations/ˈdrʌŋk/US:USA pronunciation: IPA and respellingUSA pronuncation: IPA/drʌŋk/ ,USA pronunciation: respelling(drungk)


From the verb drink: (⇒ conjugate)
drunk is: Click the infinitive to see all available inflections
v past pverb, past participle: Verb form used descriptively or to form verbs--for example, "the locked door," "The door has been locked."
WordReference English Collocations © 2020

drunk

Most examples are given in US English. We have labeled exceptions as UK.
adj
  1. a drunk [driver, teenager, person]
  2. drunk on [beer, wine, whiskey, cocktails]
  3. the [beer] made me drunk
  4. [got, became] drunk after [three] [beers]
  5. got too drunk (last night)
  6. drunk in [public, the office]
  7. drunk at the [party, nightclub]
  8. drunk and [swearing, slurring]
  9. drunk and [randy, disorderly, offensive]
  10. [punished, banned, expelled] for being drunk
  11. (as) drunk as a [skunk, lord]
  12. [dead, falling-down] drunk
  13. drunk in charge of a (motor) vehicle
  14. drunk in charge of a [minor, child, motorcycle]
  15. drunk [driving, whilst driving, behind the wheel]
  16. [stopped for, arrested for, caught] drunk driving
  17. drunk with [power, success, fame]
  18. is drunk on [power]
  19. drunk on [you, your scent]
n
  1. my [dad, mom] was a drunk
  2. is just a [lousy, stupid, useless] drunk
  3. has always been a drunk
  4. why do you have to be such a drunk?
  5. try not to be a drunk [at the party, tonight]
  6. a couple of drunks ruined the [movie, game, party]
  7. [staggering, slurring, talking] like a drunk
  8. the drunks and the homeless
  9. UK: [was, went] on a drunk
additional examples
  1. my [dad, mom] was a drunk
  2. a drunk [driver, teenager, person]
  3. is just a [lousy, stupid, useless] drunk
  4. drunk on [beer, wine, whiskey, cocktails]
  5. has always been a drunk
  6. the [beer] made me drunk
  7. why do you have to be such a drunk?
  8. [got, became] drunk after [three] [beers]
  9. try not to be a drunk [at the party, tonight]
  10. got too drunk (last night)
  11. a couple of drunks ruined the [movie, game, party]
  12. drunk in [public, the office]
  13. [staggering, slurring, talking] like a drunk
  14. drunk at the [party, nightclub]
  15. the drunks and the homeless
  16. drunk and [swearing, slurring]
  17. UK: [was, went] on a drunk
  18. drunk and [randy, disorderly, offensive]
  19. [punished, banned, expelled] for being drunk
  20. (as) drunk as a [skunk, lord]
  21. [dead, falling-down] drunk
  22. drunk in charge of a (motor) vehicle
  23. drunk in charge of a [minor, child, motorcycle]
  24. drunk [driving, whilst driving, behind the wheel]
  25. [stopped for, arrested for, caught] drunk driving
  26. drunk with [power, success, fame]
  27. is drunk on [power]
  28. drunk on [you, your scent]
  29. [the boxer was, I feel a little] punch-drunk
WordReference English Collocations © 2020

drink

Most examples are given in US English. We have labeled exceptions as UK.
v
  1. drink [water, soda, tea, alcohol]
  2. drink up!
  3. drink (up) your [milk, juice]
  4. drink from a [glass, cup, tumbler, mug, goblet]
  5. drink out of a [glass]
  6. drink to [our success, your achievements]
  7. drink (to) your (good) health
  8. drank a toast (to)
  9. (don't) drink and drive
  10. he doesn't drink
  11. drank too much (last night)
  12. always drinks too much
  13. drank [five] [beers, glasses of wine]
  14. (go out) drinking with (your) [friends, coworkers]
  15. drink yourself into [a stupor, an early grave]
  16. too young to drink
  17. should drink [more, less] [water, beer, soda]
  18. drink through a straw
  19. drink in the (stunning) [landscape, scenery]
n
  1. [alcoholic, non-alcoholic, soft] drinks
  2. a [refreshing, cold] drink of water
  3. [an isotonic, an energy, a fitness] drink
  4. [learn, know how] to mix drinks
  5. can I [buy, make] you a drink?
  6. let's have a drink (together)
  7. let's (go) [get, grab] a drink
  8. let me grab a quick drink (of water)
  9. get a drink after work
  10. get a drink for happy hour
  11. need a (stiff) drink after that
  12. a (stiff) drink to take the edge off
  13. have the drinks at the [bar, table]
  14. [gulped down, polished off, downed] his drink
  15. a drink with [friends, co workers]
  16. [rum, gin, vodka] is my drink of choice
  17. [rum] is my favorite drink
  18. a drink to your [success, health, achievement]
  19. hold on, I need (to get) a drink (first)
  20. can I have a drink of your [beer, water]?
  21. what [will you have, would you like] for a drink?
  22. what's your drink?
  23. (serves) food and drink
  24. [wines, spirits, beer] and soft drinks
n as adj
  1. drink [glasses, recipes]
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