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Bedeutungen von dem Begriff "drink" im Spanisch Englisch Wörterbuch : 70 Ergebniss(e)

Englisch Spanisch
Common
drink bebida [f]
drink tomar [v]
drink beber [v]
Irregular Verb
drink drank - drunk [v]
General
drink consumición [f]
drink copa [f]
drink abrevar [v]
drink chiflar [v]
drink chupar [v]
drink consumir [v]
drink tomarse [v]
drink trasegar [v]
drink mamar [v]
drink trincar [v]
drink beberse [v]
drink alpiste [m]
drink pote [m]
drink trago [m]
drink poción [f]
drink potar [v]
drink beber [m]
drink farolazo [m] CAM MX
drink abrevar [v]
drink copa [f] fig.
drink copiosa [f] MX
drink pringa [f] SV
drink libar [v]
drink pimplar (coloquial) [v]
drink tomar [v] LAM
drink aflojar [v] CU DO
drink arriar [v] VE:W
drink bombear [v] DO
drink tirarse [v] NI CR DO EC BO:W
drink tirotear [v] DO
drink tapinear [v] NI teen
drink trampar [v] HN
drink sonarse [v] CU
drink alipús [m] MX
drink chínguere [m]
drink alipús [m]
drink beberaje [m]
drink tragantazo [m] HN:N
drink trago [m] CL
drink pelotazo
drink embeber [v]
drink emborracharse [v]
drink absorber [v]
drink ser bebedor [v]
drink embriagarse [v]
Colloquial
drink caña [f]
drink chupa [f] AR:Nw
drink gargüerada [f] CL
drink chatear [v]
drink darle a la botella [v]
drink empinar la bijirita [v]
drink empinar el cacho [v] LAM
drink traguear [v] CAM
drink chupetear [v] BO
drink pegarse [v] DO VE EC
drink tirar [v] BO
drink pelotazo [m] ES
drink beberaje [m] CU CL rare
drink toque [m] CU
Idioms
drink agarrar la copa [v] BO
drink echarle al guaipe [v] GT
drink refrescar el gañote [v] VE UY
drink ver a linda [v] DO
Slang
drink copete [m] CL
drink trago barato
Psychology
drink beber alcohol

Bedeutungen, die der Begriff "drink" mit anderen Begriffen im Englisch Spanisch Wörterbuch erhalten hat: 500 Ergebniss(e)

Englisch Spanisch
Common
fizzy drink (uk) gaseosa [f] ES
soft drink (aus) gaseosa [f] ES
soft drink chicha [f] PE
(fig) drink copa [f]
alcoholic drink bebida alcohólica [f]
(mexico chile slang) to drink an alcoholic beverage chupar [v]
cold drink refresco [m]
(alcoholic) drink trago [m]
General
fizzy drink agua [f]
drop to drink pinta [f]
drink (in general) uva [f]
alcoholic drink bebida [f]
fizzy drink gaseosa [f]
have a drink echarse un trago [v]
have a drink tomar algo [v]
drink in sorber [v]
drink like a fish beber como una esponja [v]
drink up apurar [v]
have a drink tomarse una copa [v]
have a drink echar un trago [v]
drink up vaciar [v]
drink in beber [v]
drink like a fish beber como un cosaco [v]
have a drink refrescarse [v]
soft (drink) analcohólico [adj]
mixed drink aliado [m]
soft drink refresco [m]
iced drink granizado [m]
soft (drink) analcohólica [adj/f]
soft drink gaseosa [f]
strong drink made from fermented maize chicha [f]
refreshing drink campechana [f] CU MX
iced drink granizada [f] AR CL
paste and stimulating drink made from guaran shrub seeds guaraná [f] CAM BO PY
drink money maula [f]
drink-money propina [f]
disagreeable drink pócima [f]
medicinal drink tisana [f]
cooling drink made with vinegar and sugar vinagrada [f]
drink made from cane juice, water and chilli sambumbia [f] CU
drink made from pine-apple, water and sugar sambumbia [f] MX
drink made of red wine and lemon-juice sangría [f]
gourd for drink tápara [f] VE
provocation to drink yesca [f] fig.
cooling drink bebida refrescante [f]
drink in small draughts churrupear [v] disused
drink someone's health brindar [v]
drink liquor to excess envasar [v] fig.
drink in embeber [v]
drink wine escanciar [v]
drink often jarrear [v]
invite to drink propinar [v]
swallow (food/drink) pasar [v]
eat or drink tomar [v]
drink (liquor) tomar [v]
eat and drink heavily soplarse [v]
pleasant to drink bebible [adj]
fond of drink, given to excess in drinking vinolento [adj]
drink made with pulque and chilli chilote [m] MX rare
short drink chispo [m]
drink made of cacao and corn chorote [m] MX
any thick drink chorote [m] DO
hot cacao drink chorote [m] VE
place where birds resort to drink bebedero [m]
herb of the cyperaceae family used in brewing a drink particular to paraguay capicati [m] PY
strong drink from cactus sap and sugar colonche [m] MX
a drink jalón [m] MX
sickly-sweet drink jarabe [m]
refreshing drink made of ripe bananas cooked and dissolved in water guabul [m] HN NI
exquisite drink néctar [m]
cooling drink refresco [m]
pool where cattle go to drink lavajo [m]
moorish drink prepared with sour milk lebení [m]
strong drink licor [m]
mixed drink potaje [m]
refreshing drink rompope [m] CR SV MX
a drink made of maize/barley muday [m] CL
refreshing drink made of toasted barley trique [m] CL
drink made of toasted flour of maize, cacao, anatta and sugar tiste [m] CAM
a cooling drink made from fruit juices salpicón [m] EC
short drink traguillo [m]
drink made of pulque, water, pineapple and cloves tepache [m] MX
a drink like gin tequila [m]
refreshing drink campechano [m] MX
a drink made of maize/barley mudai [m] CL
short drink traguito [m]
drink of wine/liquor trago de vino o licor [m]
taster of drink catacaldos [m/f]
fond of drink, given to excess in drinking vinolenta [adj/f]
drink made of unripened grape juice, water, and sugar agrazada [f]
watered down drink aguachacha [f] HN NI CR
weak drink aguachacha [f] HN NI CR
watered down drink aguachirle [f]
weak drink aguachirle [f]
drink made of water, honey, and spices agualoja [f]
drink made of water, honey, and spices aguamiel [f] MX HN NI CU DO CO VE EC PE BO AR
give someone something to drink abrevar [v]
have a drink abrevarse [v]
drink made of unripened grape juice, water, and sugar agraz [m]
iced drink granizada [f]
medicinal drink pócima [f]
orange drink naranjada [f]
alcoholic drink made maize chicha [f]
alcoholic drink typical of galicia queimada [f]
cold white drink made from tiger nuts horchata [f]
a fermented milk drink similar to yogurt boruga [f] DO
a traditional brazilian drink caipiriña [f]
soft drink bebida [f] CL
soft drink (bolivia/northern méxico/panama/puerto rico) soda [f]
soft drink sarsaparilla zarzaparrilla [f]
fizzy drink [uk] gaseosa [f] SV ES
soft drink gaseosa [f] SV ES
soda (soft drink) agua [f] GT
female employee who encourages clients to drink (nightclub/bar) alternadora [f] AR UY
fermented drink made of carob or corn and water aloja [f] PE BO AR CL:N
refreshing drink made of quinoa aloja [f] PE
refreshing drink made of cereal or fruit aloja [f] BO:S
fermented drink from south america made with malted corn )particularly spread in perú/bolivia/ecuador) asua (del quechua) [f] EC:C
fermented drink from south america made with malted corn )particularly spread in perú/bolivia/ecuador) asua (del quechua) [f] PE
a drink made with brown sugar agua de papelón [f] VE
a drink made with brown sugar agua de polo [f] EC rur.
a soft drink made with candy or confection, ginger and sour lemon as a tradition in the costa rican caribbean agua de sapo [f] CR
a drink made with brown sugar and plantains served for breakfast agua de surumba [f] EC
a drink having medicinal properties, served hot, made with infusions from one or several herbs agua de vieja [f] EC
mexican drink made with mashed fruit, water, and sugar agua fresca [f] MX
a drink made with sugarcane aguadulce [f] CR CO:C
light drink aguachacha [f] CR
weak drink aguachacha [f] CR
nasty drink aguachacha [f] CR
light drink agua de moledero [f] CR
weak drink agua de moledero [f] CR
nasty drink agua de moledero [f] CR
a tasteless soft drink with disproportionate amount of water agualoja [f] VE
a refreshing drink made with ginger juice, anise, water, sugar and ice agualoja [f] DO rare
a refreshing drink made with sugar, water and honey agualoja [f] CU
a person who can drink large amounts of alcoholic beverages without reaching a state of inebriation aguantadora [f] MX VE BO
a refreshing drink usually made from crushed and fermented locust bean seeds aguamuerta [f] AR:Nw
a drink agua de canela [f] EC
soft drink of any flavor agua [f] GT
a drink agua caliente [f] EC
soft drink or soup agua chacha [f] HN NI
weak drink agua chacha [f] CR
light drink agua chacha [f] CR
nasty drink agua chacha [f] CR
watery and tasteless soft drink agua chirria [f] HN
a drink made with water and diluted corn dough agua chiva [f] GT SV
a drink made with water, chia (salvia hispanica) seeds and lemon juice agua de chía [f] MX HN
a drink agua de azúcar [f] EC
a drink made by boiling flower of jamaica petals in water and sugar agua de jamaica [f] MX HN SV PA PR
a drink of boiled water made with brown sugar and bee honey agua de mono [f] CU
a drink made with brown sugar agua de panela [f] CO VE EC PA rur.
soft drink bebida [f] DO CL
soft drink bebida blanca [f] CL
peruvian alcoholic drink biblia [f] PE
bazooka drink basuca [f] NI
cool drink batida [f] DO PR
carbonated drink bebida [f] DO CL
raw cane sugar based drink bebida [f] CR disused rur.
carbonated drink bebida blanca [f] CL
drink prepared with brandy made from boiled rum, cinnamon and sugar canela [f] EC
drink prepared with brandy made from boiled rum, cinnamon and sugar agua caliente [f] EC
a maize drink, aka chicha de jora azua [f] EC:C
drink prepared with brandy made from boiled cane rum, cinnamon and sugar agua de azúcar [f] EC
a drink made with brown sugar and plantains served for breakfast agua de polo [f] EC
drink prepared with brandy made from boiled cane rum, cinnamon and sugar agua de canela [f] EC
drink prepared with brandy made from boiled cane rum, cinnamon and sugar canela [f] EC
drink prepared with brandy made from boiled cane rum, cinnamon and sugar agua caliente [f] EC
drink without food boca de paisaje [f] SV
bowl where the bole is prepared (drink made with fruits and liquor) bolera (inglés) [f] NI
person selling food and drink on a train/in a canteen bufetera [f] CU
person who consumes food and drink paid for by someone else cachetera [f] PR
person who makes the alcoholic drink chicha acadora [f] BO:W,C
drink list lista de bebidas [f]
drink section sección de bebidas [f]
drink powder bebida en polvo [f]
domestic drink bebida local [f]
drink prepared for women in labor agua de culo [f] CU
alcoholic drink curda [f] CU
open air stall for selling merchandise, food, or drink champa (del náhuatl) [f] GT HN SV NI
soft-drink prepared with soursop or other fruit and milk champola [f] MX:Se CU DO PR
toxic, homemade alcoholic drink made with methylated alcohol and sugar diluted in water or soda consumed by alcoholics charamila [f] GT HN SV NI
woman who sells chilate drink chilatería [f] SV
woman who makes chilate drink chilatera [f] HN SV
sip, swig, or gulp of an alcoholic drink between meals (normally beer or chicha) chaupinchada [f] BO
getting together for a drink with friends cheleada [f] PE
small tin container with a round handle used to drink hot infusions choca [f] CL
mixed drink chimisturria [f] MX
mixed drink carabina [f] CO:Ne VE
refreshing drink made of rice flour, milk, raw cane sugar, and spices chicha [f] VE
refreshing drink made of sugar and fermented pineapple rinds chicha [f] CU PY
refreshing drink made of fruit and sugar chicha [f] PA
refreshing drink made of corn chicha [f] BO:E
strong alcoholic drink chicha [f] CU
refreshing drink made from corn chicha camba [f] BO:W,C
refreshing drink made from corn chicha cruceña [f] BO:W,C
refreshing drink made from purple corn chicha culli [f] BO:W,C
fermented alcoholic drink made of corn ground with one's teeth, produced and consumed by some indigenous groups chicha mascada [f] PA
alcoholic drink made of fermented corn chicha fuerte [f] PA
clear alcoholic drink made from fermented corn cususa [f] HN SV NI CR disused
clear alcoholic drink made from fermented corn cushusha [f] GT SV
clear alcoholic drink made from fermented corn cusha [f] GT
drink made from watered down methylated spirits or soda chiricuta [f] GT
drink made with ground roasted cocoa with cereal flour, raw cane sugar, and spices chucula [f] CO
strong alcoholic drink fantasy (inglés) [f] PR
public and popular establishment where food and drink are served fonda [f] MX NI DO EC AR BO rare
stand or cafeteria where food and drink are served fonda [f] MX PA CU DO CL AR UY PE rur.
drink prepared with moonshine made from boiled sugar cane rum, cinnamon, and sugar agua caliente [f] EC
drink prepared with moonshine made from boiled sugar cane rum, cinnamon, and sugar canela [f] EC
drink prepared with brandy made from boiled sugar cane rum, cinnamon, and sugar canela [f] EC
drink prepared with hot cinnamon water and grape moonshine canelita [f] BO:S
drink made with chicha, strawberry juice, water, sugar, and other ingredients frutillada [f] PE
bread in the shape of a child decorated in different colors, served with colada morada spiced berry drink on day of the dead guagua de pan [f] EC BO
drink carrier gavera [f] VE
drink carrier gavera de refrescos [f] VE
reddish alcoholic drink made of mixture of herbs, golden polypody, moonshine, and bitter-ash made by the garífunas indigenous people gífiti [f] HN
strong drink guarapeta [f] CU
high proof alcoholic drink guarapeta [f] CU
homemade drink accompanied with fruit juice, sugar, and rum guarapita [f] VE
person who tends to drink and put it on someone else's tab gorrera [f] PA CO:N AR
alcoholic drink made with sugar cane moonshine, sugar, and fruit of guayabita guayabita del pinar [f] CU
refreshing drink prepared with fruit pulp or syrup or other ingredients, extracts, and crushed ice cremolada [f] PE
alcoholic drink copiosa [f] MX
drink prepared with different ingredients, mostly containing alcohol coyota [f] MX
fizzy drink inyirela [f] SV
sparkling drink inyirela [f] SV
nutritional supplement drink made from soy incaparina [f] GT SV
drink made of fermented sugar cane mixed with toasted corn and cacao inna [f] PA
refreshing drink made with ground rice, cinnamon, peanuts, water, and sugar horchata [f] HN SV NI CR PA
drink made with orange peel, which is usually taken as an aperitif or digestif hesperidina [f] AR
drink prepared with rum, condensed milk, cinnamon, and egg lechita [f] CU
drink made from rum and a mixture of spices, roots, and leaves with aphrodisiac properties mamajuana [f] DO
low proof alcoholic drink that is prepared with marcela marcela [f] AR:Ne
low quality adulterated alcoholic drink marranilla [f] MX
person who prepares mabía fermented drink mabicera [f] DO PR
mabí fermented drink vendor mabicera [f] DO PR
person who prepares mabía fermented drink mabisera [f] PR
mabí fermented drink vendor mabisera [f] PR
refreshing drink made from malt malta [f] PA CU DO PR VE EC UY
gathering of people to drink yerba mate tea mateada [f] BO CL:S AR
alcoholic drink made of fermented corn, piñuela, or some other fruit molonca [f] HN:C,S,W
woman who makes or sells molonca alcoholic drink molonquera [f] HN:W
clay pot used to drink chicha fermented corn drink múcura [f] EC:E rare
thick substance produced by boiling the syrup when making chicha fermented corn drink misquiqueta [f] BO:C rur.
drink of bad quality liquor with high alcohol content patada de burro [f] NI
alcoholic drink made of fermented wheat grain paceña [f] BO
drink of bad quality liquor with high alcohol content patada de mula [f] HN NI
bowl for a fermented cassava drink pininga [f] PE:N,Nw
event where folk music is played and typical food and drink are served peña [f] CL
strong chicha fermented corn drink percánica [f] SV police
drink made with brandy and cola piscola [f] CL
chicha fermented corn drink pijuashta [f] SV police
chicha fermented corn drink pijuayta [f] SV
whipped drink made of sugar, cornstarch, or chocolate poleada [f] HN SV
drink made of milk, eggs, sherry, and cinnamon polla [f] MX
paying for food or drink after making a mistake ponchera [f] CL
high proof chicha fermented corn drink reculona [f] HN
aphrodisiac drink raspa la uña [f] PR delinq.
drink made of different fruit juices and alcohol primavera [f] BO CL AR UY
cloth strainer for chicha fermented corn drink seisuna [f] PE rur.
poorly prepared drink or food zambumbia [f] CU
unpleasant and watery drink zambumbia [f] CU
drink made from the fermentation of wild grapes sangre de baco [f] MX:Sw
germinated and sundried corn flour for making chicha fermented corn drink wiñapu [f] PE BO
container for making tepache fermented pineapple drink tepachera [f] MX
place where tepache fermented pineapple drink is sold tepachería [f] MX
drink prepared with cornstarch dough soaked in water yucuta [f] VE:S
corn mash for making chicha fermented corn drink sora [f] PE:N disused rur.
fermented drink of barley, water, and honey zambumbia [f] MX disused
poorly prepared drink or food zambumbia [f] CU
welcome drink vacuna [f] AR:N rur.
drink made with coffee husk sultana [f] BO
sediment placed in the container for fermenting sugar cane juice or chicha fermented corn drink supia [f] CO:E,Ne VE
drink made of boiled water with raw cane sugar surumba [f] CO:C,Sw
drink made of boiled water with raw cane sugar agua de panela [f] CO VE EC PA
gathering to drink alcohol excessively toma [f] BO:E
corn mash for making chicha fermented corn drink jora [f] SA
indigenous corn drink tamuga [f] VE
toasted corn soft drink tostada [f] BO
celebrate with a drink remojar [v]
(of food or drink) extremely palatable exquisito (una comida, una bebida) [v]
(of food or drink) extremely palatable riquísimo (una comida, una bebida) [v]
(of food or drink) extremely palatable sabrosísimo (una comida, una bebida) [v]
drink mate matear [v] AR PY UY
drink a toast to brindar [v]
suck up or drink in absorber [v]
drink alcohol copear [v]
drink alcohol pimplar [v]
drink alcohol mojar la canal maestra [v]
drink alcohol tomar [v]
drink alcohol trincar [v]
drink alcohol empinar el codo [v]
drink alcohol soplar [v]
drink noisily sorber [v]
have drink mojar el gaznate [v]
drink wine tomar/beber vino {m} [v]
pour a drink for someone servirle una copa a alguien [v]
pour someone a drink servirle una copa a alguien [v]
drive someone drink llevar a alguien a la bebida [v]
have a drink tomar una copa [v]
go for a drink ir de copas [v]
go have a drink ir de copas [v]
have a drink mojar el gaznate [v] ES
have a drink refrescar el gaznate [v]
drink water beber agua [v]
turn sour (a drink) ahilarse [v]
drink in the bar beber en la barra [v]
drink the health of someone beber a la salud de alguien [v]
drink to someone's health beber a la salud de alguien [v]
drink in the pub beber en la barra [v]
drink through a straw sorber por una paja [v]
drink a beverage achucharse [v] DO
produce drunkenness very fast (drink) agarrar [v] CO
finish up (drink) apurar [v]
become drunk very quickly (drink) agarrar [v] CO
satiate somebody (food/drink) apipar [v] PA
drink a "hair of the dog that bit you" aplomarse [v] DO
drink one's fill apimparse [v] PR
take a drink of alcohol to cure a hangover aplomarse [v] DO
drink a glass of alcohol arrempujar [v] SV
eat or drink hastily atapuzarse [v] VE
make someone eat and drink excessively atacuñar [v] PR
eat/drink so excessively so as to cause health disorders atacarse [v] MX
make someone else to eat and drink excessively atacuñar [v] PR
eat or drink so excessively so as to cause health disorders atascarse [v] MX
eat or drink excessively atapuzarse [v] VE
make someone else eat and drink excessively atacuñar [v] PR rur.
drink excessively atacuñarse [v] PR
drink excessively aticuñarse [v] NI
drink something quickly atipujarse [v] GT HN NI CR
drink excessively, fast and voraciously atorarse [v] GT HN SV NI
drink something atipucarse [v] NI
eat or drink avidly atapuzarse [v] VE
make someone eat and drink excessively atucuñar [v] PR rur.
drink something (generally quickly) atravesarse [v] HN SV NI
drink a large amount of liquid aturusarse [v] CR
buy a drink comprar una trago [v]
buy a drink for comprar una bebida para [v]
drink beer birrear [v] AR HN NI CR
have a drink bautizarse [v] CU
drink coffee at a wake cafetear [v] MX PA EC:W
go out dance, drink alcohol and have fun bacanalear [v] NI
make someone else to eat and drink excessively atucuñar [v] PR
drink beer beber cerveza [v]
provide a man with an aphrodisiac drink amapachinar [v] NI derog.
eat or drink with a lot of desire and eagerness brincar [v] BO
sweeten a drink acaramelear [v] PR
drink something straight beber algo sin mezclar [v]
drink plenty of water beber abundante agua [v]
eat and drink comer y tomar [v]
eat and drink comer y beber [v]
drink a cup of tea beber una taza de té [v]
drink a beer beber una cerveza [v]
drink a lot beber mucho [v]
drink a toast to someone beber a la salud de alguien [v]
drink alcohol to excess habitually tomar alcohol en exceso de forma habitual [v]
drink and drive beber y conducir [v]
drink ayran beber ayran [v]
drink champagne beber champán [v]
drink away beber [v]
drink cold beber algo frío [v]
drink fruit juice beber zumo de frutas [v]
drink coffee beber café [v]
drink cold water beber agua fría [v]
drink milk beber leche [v]
drink off terminar una bebida [v]
drink one's fill beber hasta llenarse [v]
drink plenty of water beber mucha agua [v]
drink on an empty stomach beber con el estómago vacío [v]
drink some beer beber un poco de cerveza [v]
drink raki beber raki (licor anisado de turquía) [v]
drink something cold beber algo frío [v]
drink something hot beber algo caliente [v]
drink something straight beber algo solo [v]
drink tea beber té [v]
drink to beber a la salud de [v]
drink to somebody beber a la salud de alguien [v]
drink too much coke beber demasiada coca-cola [v]
drink until burst beber hasta reventar [v]
drink to the health of beber a la salud de alguien [v]
drug one's drink poner droga en la bebida de alguien [v]
drug one's drink drogar una bebida [v]
drink away tomar [v]
drink and drive tomar y manejar [v]
drink some beer beber algo de cerveza [v]
drink something straight beber directamente de [v]
drink cold beber helado [v]
drink a toast to someone brindar por alguien [v]
drink to brindar [v]
drink to somebody brindar por alguien [v]
drink or eat eagerly despacharse [v] MX GT HN CU PY AR
drink something to combat the burning sensation from eating spicy food desenchilarse [v] MX GT HN
cure one's hangover with food/drink desengomarse [v] HN NI
cure a hangover with food/drink desengomar [v] HN NI
water down an alcoholic drink descabezar [v] PR
drink something deflecar [v] DO
drink hair of the dog curarse [v] NI EC BO
have a sip, swig, or gulp of an alcoholic drink to get over a hangover curarse [v] NI EC BO
acquire room temperature (an alcoholic drink normally consumed cold) chambrear (del francés) [v] CL teen
drink beer in excess cervecear [v] HN SV NI DO CO EC BO PY
drink chilate chilatear [v] HN SV
have an alcoholic drink between meals (normally beer/chicha) chaupinchar [v] BO
drink beer chelear [v] MX PE CL
drink up a coffee/natural drink chingastearse [v] NI rare
drink a lot of chicha chichar [v] AR:Nw rare
eat/drink slowly and in small portions chiquitear [v] MX
drink alcoholic beverages in excess enzacatarse [v] SV
ingest a drink enzaguanarse [v] GT
drink fruit juice, soda, or chicha fresquearse [v] HN
drink something enzaguanarse [v] SV
drink alcohol until one feels slightly drunk espiritarse [v] GT
eat and drink ajustar [v] DO
drink some liquid from a vessel, like atole or chilate guacalear [v] HN
drink alcoholic beverages gasear [v] HN teen
drink gin ginebrear [v] DO rare
drink alcoholic beverages, especially guaro guarasiar [v] SV
season food or prepare a drink componer [v] HN
drink alcohol conectarse (inglés) [v] SV
drink cocho, an argentinian drink cochar [v] AR:Nw rur.
drink coyol palm wine coyolear [v] CR:Nw
eat or drink something cruzarse [v] SV rur.
invite or offer someone something, especially food or drink convidar [v] MX GT HN NI CO VE EC BO PE CL
gulp down (drink) hartarse [v] GT HN
eat or drink quickly hartarse [v] GT HN
be too sweet (food or drink) hostigar [v] MX NI PA CO EC PE BO CL
drink alcoholic beverages jalar [v] MX GT HN BO
drink liquor or beer jalar [v] SV
eat or drink completely jampiarse [v] PR
drink alcoholic beverages jartar [v] CO VE
take advantage of others, especially to pay for food, drink, or entertainment jetear [v] AR
drink atole from a bowl made with half of the fruit of the mexican calabash jicarear [v] GT
drink strong moonshine lijonear [v] SV
drink moonshine jocotear [v] HN
drink too much guarapo unfermented sugar cane juice enguaraparse [v] PR
drink a beverage made with unfermented sugar cane juice enguaraparse [v] PA
drink too much guarapo unfermented sugar cane juice enguarapetarse [v] CU PR
eat or drink in excess or greedily mandarse [v] CR CU AR
eat or drink in excess or greedily mandarse [v] UY rare
drink to the point of drunkenness drinkear [v] CL
drink several shots in a row embicarse [v] DO
drink cassava masato or get drunk off of it masatear [v] PE:E rare
drink too much beer embotarse [v] PE
binge eat or drink empanzarse [v] HN NI
binge eat or drink empanzurrarse [v] SV
drink all at once empujar [v] MX NI CR
force to drink the same amount obligar [v] BO:C AR disused
chew cornmeal to use as yeast in the production of chicha fermented corn drink muquear [v] AR:Nw rur.
chew cornmeal to use as yeast in the production of chicha fermented corn drink muquear [v] BO:C,S
drink from the bottle pimpinear [v] VE
drink pinole chocolate drink pinolear [v] MX NI
accompany a meal with a drink pisar [v] DO
drink alcoholic beverages pistear [v] MX
drink liquor pijuashtear [v] SV
drink mate from a poro dried gourd container porear [v] BO:E,S
drink a lot rancharse [v] HN
drink red table wine quebrachear [v] AR
drink pozol fermented corn dough with sugar, cacao, or milk pozolear [v] HN NI
drink red wine quebrachear [v] AR
drink rum romear [v] DO
drink in one gulp secar [v] PE
drink some whiskey wisquearse [v] CR
drink some whiskey wisquiarse [v] CR
drink a large amount of alcoholic beverages turquear [v] BO:W delinq.
drink yerba mate yerbear [v] AR UY rur.
make or drink ulpada toasted flour and sugar refreshment ulpear [v] AR:Nw
drink one's fill upilarse [v] AR:Nw rur.
have a mixed drink zangolotear [v] SV
drink corn starch refreshment tistearse [v] NI
drink alcoholic beverages in excess and as a vice tomar [v] HN SV NI CR PA CU DO PR CO VE EC PE BO CL PY AR UY
drink yerba mate tea verdear [v] AR UY
drink alcoholic beverages traguetear [v] DO
drink a alcoholic beverage mixed with water or soda zangolotear [v] SV
fit to drink potable [adj]
(of food or drink) extremely palatable buenísimo (una comida, una bebida) [adj]
related to aguardiente or any other type of drink (which gets you drunk quickly because of its high alcohol content) agarrador [adj] SV CO EC AR
very thick (drink/soup) apoleado [adj] HN
having a thick consistency (drink/soup) atoloso [adj] NI
related to a food or drink that has gone somewhat sour agrioso [adj] PR
related to a food or drink that has turned somewhat sour agrioso [adj] PR
who likes to drink cachanchán [adj] DO
with high alcohol content (drink) curador [adj] CL
that does not have enough salt or sugar (food or drink) chapaco [adj] BO
at room temperature when it is normally consumed cold (alcoholic drink) chambreado [adj] CL teen
very strong without sweetener (coffee or similar drink) cerrero [adj] CO VE
mixed with other products (food or drink) champurreado [adj] HN
muddy (coffee/drink) chingastoso [adj] HN NI
that is a frappé (drink) frappé (francés) [adj] PE CL
who takes advantage of parties to eat and drink for free cotanero [adj] DO
liking to eat and drink at others' expense joceador [adj] PR
having satiated one's appetite for food and drink jarto [adj] CU
accompanied with salad, drink, and dessert ensillado [adj] AR rur.
person fond of drinking pinole chocolate drink pinolero [adj] MX NI
pertaining to pulque fermented maguey cactus drink pulquero [adj] MX
expressing the order to stop dancing for a while in traditional festivals and some folkloric dances so that the dancers can have a drink or sing a folk song in a cheeky tone ¡aro! [interj] CL AR
expressing the order to stop dancing for a while during the cueca traditional andean dance so that the dancing partners can have a drink while interlocking their arms ¡aro! [interj] BO
strong alcoholic drink made from fermented grapes pisco [m] PE
drink of gin or rum and cola cubata [m]
cool drink refresco [m]
sweet drink jarabe [m]
alcoholic drink made from sloes pacharán [m]
long drink cubata [m]