- Old English dranc, singular past tense of drink. It also became past participle 17c.-19c., probably to avoid the pejorative associations of drunk.
- 1. He drank too much and is paying dearly for it.
- 2. He drank thirstily from the pool under the rock.
- 3. I drank a cup of tea that tasted of diesel.
- 4. We drank ourselves into a stupor on cheap wine.
- 5. When his whisky came he drank half of it in one gulp.
[ drank 造句 ]