To consume a liquid through the mouth
Past Participle form
I drink two strong coffees every morning.
My aunt only drinks water.
A: What do you drink at the pub?
B: It depends on my mood. Sometimes I drink beer, sometimes it's wine.
I drank too much last night. *this means they dank too much alcohol
She drank my drink by accident.
A: What did you drink last night at the restaurant?
B: It was a steak restaurant so I drank red wine.
A: Was it full-bodied?
B: Yes, very.
I'm drinking that water.
He was drinking orange juice when it spilt down him.
A: Were you drinking all night? *this means alcohol
B: Not all night. I left the pub at 11pm.
I've drank some lovely whiskey and some awful whiskey.
We had drank one bottle of wine before the first course arrived.
A: Have you ever drank sake?
B: Yes, I had it in Japan.
A: Have you had it warm?
B: No, only cold. I want to try it warm.