drink someone under the table

drink someone under the table
To drink more alcohol than (someone).

She had class, but she could drink most of the guys under the table.


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  • drink someone under the table — drink (someone) under the table informal if you can drink someone under the table, you can drink a lot more alcohol than they can. I like a few beers but Mel can drink me under the table …   New idioms dictionary

  • drink someone under the table — informal phrase to drink more alcohol than someone else without becoming as drunk as they do She could drink all the men under the table. Thesaurus: to drink alcohol, or to be drunksynonym Main entry: drink * * * …   Useful english dictionary

  • drink someone under the table — informal to drink more alcohol than someone else without becoming as drunk as they do She could drink all the men under the table …   English dictionary

  • drink someone under the table — informal consume as much alcohol as one s drinking companion without becoming as drunk. → drink …   English new terms dictionary

  • drink under the table — drink (someone) under the table informal if you can drink someone under the table, you can drink a lot more alcohol than they can. I like a few beers but Mel can drink me under the table …   New idioms dictionary

  • under the table — adverb 1. : into a stupor drink a man under the table five minutes serious thought about the eruption of eternity into time puts me under the table Stuart Chase 2. : under the counter : secretly buy your liquor under the table J.H.Allen …   Useful english dictionary

  • Drink under the table — out drink (someone) …   Dictionary of Australian slang

  • drink under the table — Australian Slang out drink (someone) …   English dialects glossary

  • table — /ˈteɪbəl / (say taybuhl) noun 1. an article of furniture consisting of a flat top resting on legs or on a pillar. 2. such an article of furniture designed for the playing of any various games: a billiard table. 3. the board at or round which… …  

  • drink — drink1 [ drıŋk ] (past tense drank [ dræŋk ] ; past participle drunk [ drʌŋk ] ) verb *** 1. ) intransitive or transitive to take liquid into your body through your mouth: Everyone stood around drinking cups of coffee. Drink your orange juice,… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

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