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booze (it) up
slang To drink a lot of alcohol. It's my birthday, so I'm definitely boozing it up tonight!
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booze it up
Sl to drink heavily; to drink to get drunk. (Fixed order.) She wanted to get home and booze it up by herself. He boozes it up every Friday after work.
Sl to drink heavily. Those guys are always boozing up. Stop boozing up and go home.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of American Idioms and Phrasal Verbs. © 2002 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
1. To consume alcoholic beverages steadily: They were boozing up all night and didn't come home until sunrise.
2. To serve someone enough alcohol to cause drunkenness: The sales representative was well known for boozing up her clients after a sale. He doesn't seem friendly, but he's more sociable if you booze him up a bit.
3. To become drunk. Used in the passive: I was too boozed up to drive home.
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booze it (up)
tv. to drink excessively; to drink to intoxication. You come home every night and booze it up. How can you keep on this way?
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