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guzzle something down

to drink something rapidly and eagerly. He guzzled the beer down and called for another. He guzzled down the beer and called for another.
See also: down, guzzle

guzzle

(ˈgəzlæ)
1. tv. & in. to drink alcohol in great quantities. (Very old.) Stop guzzling for a while and pay attention.
2. n. a drinking spree. Fred’s out on another of his guzzles.

guzzled

(ˈgəzlæd)
1. mod. arrested. (Underworld.) Rocko got himself guzzled on a speeding rap.
2. mod. alcohol intoxicated. Todd was too guzzled to drive home.
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guzzle-guts

n. a drunkard; a heavy drinker. Old guzzle-guts here would like another drink.
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Correctly answer this question for a chance to win: Which of the following are two of the flavours found in packs of Guzzle Puzzle?
It's still less than the continent, at 202 litres per head, and the US where they guzzle 400 litres each.
Kids who guzzle cola sleep less and can't stay awake in class, a study of 200 pupils by Ohio State University found.