belt the grape

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belt the grape

To get drunk, especially on wine. Based on all the empty wine bottles, I'm guessing you guys really belted the grape last night.
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belt the grape

Sl. to drink wine or liquor heavily and become intoxicated. He has a tendency to belt the grape—every afternoon after work. She's been belting the grape more than her husband wants.
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belt the grape

tv. to drink wine or liquor heavily and become intoxicated. He has a tendency to belt the grape—twenty-four hours a day.
See also: belt, grape