drink up


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drink up

1. To drink all of something. A noun or pronoun can be used between "drink" and "up." This smoothie is gross—I really can't drink it up.
2. An instruction or expression of encouragement for one to finish one's drink. Drink up, and I'll get us another round. Drink up! You only turn 21 once!
See also: drink, up

drink something up

to drink all of something that is served or that is on hand. Who drank all the root beer up? I drank up the root beer.
See also: drink, up

Drink up!

Finish your drink!; Finish that drink, and we'll have another! Okay, drink up! It's closing time. Drink up, and let's get going.
See also: drink

drink up

v.
To drink something completely: She drank the coffee up and set the cup on the counter. He drank up his milk and asked for more. Drink up—it's time to go.
See also: drink, up

Drink up!

exclam. Finish your drink!; Finish that drink, and we’ll have another! Okay, drink up! It’s closing time.
See also: drink