Last modified on 31 August 2013, at 04:58

drink and drive

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drink and drive (third-person singular simple present drinks and drives, present participle drinking and driving, simple past drank and drove, past participle drunk and driven)

  1. To drive a motor vehicle shortly after having consumed an alcohol beverage or beverages.
    Don't drink and drive. You might spill your beer.

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