drink (drǐngk) v. drank (drǎngk), drunk, drink·ing, drinks. intr. 1. To swallow liquid. 2. To imbibe alcoholic liquors. 3. To salute a person or occasion with a toast. –n. 1. A liquid that is fit for drinking; beverage. 2. An alcoholic beverage. 3. An amount of liquid swallowed. 4. Excessive or habitual indulgence in alcoholic liquor.
cocktail (kŏk´tāl´) n. 1. Any of various mixed alcoholic drinks consisting usually of brandy, whiskey, or gin combined with fruit juices, or other liquors and often served chilled. –adj. 1. Of or pertaining to cocktails.
gastroteria (gǎ-strō-tîrʹē-ǝ) n. The kitchen of a scholastically-themed cocktail lounge, which prepares various classic cafeteria-inspired items utilizing the art or science of good eating. [gastronomie > cafeteria].
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