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glug

1. To drink something quickly and noisily. Do you have to keep glugging your juice like that?
2. Of a liquid, to make a gurgling or bubbling sound while being poured from a bottle. The beer glugged into the chilled glass.
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glug

(gləg)
n. a gulp or shot of liquor. I took one glug and spit it out.
McGraw-Hill's Dictionary of American Slang and Colloquial Expressions Copyright © 2006 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. All rights reserved.
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Add a few glugs of olive oil and cook the chicken thigh until browned on each side.
(Serves 6) 1 large pinch saffron strands Olive oil 4 bone-in chicken thighs, skin removed 1 large onion, sliced 70g cooking chorizo, sliced into discs 3 cloves garlic, roughly chopped 12 cherry tomatoes 220g jar roasted yellow and red peppers, sliced 50g smoked streaky bacon 300ml white rioja wine 2 bay leaves 2-3 sprigs sage 2-3 sprigs thyme 1 large Spanish dried chilli, chopped 1 tsp paprika 450g paella rice 1.2 litres chicken stock 200g raw prawns 200g mussels, scrubbed and rinsed 200g clams, scrubbed and rinsed 1 pinch salt 1 bunch parsley, chopped Method: Put the saffron in a small bowl and add a good glug of olive oil.
3:Treat yourself to a mini bottle of champagne -and take a couple of sips (or glugs)between jobs.
OK - the feeling only lasted for a couple of glugs of Guinness - but it was sympathy none the less.
Add four large glugs of olive oil and your garlic to the empty pan and fry 'til lightly coloured.
"The Smidgeons and the Glugs" is a morality fable in verse, with slightly grim green and brown illustrations of giant, tree-like Glugs and tiny humanoid Smidgeons having a mysterious encounter.