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  *喝* | 喝* | *喝
to drink / variant of
  *喝* | 喝* | *喝
to shout
to drink tea / to get engaged / to have a serious conversation / (fig.) to have a meeting with state security agents (to be warned to behave "responsibly")
to eat, drink and be merry (idiom) / to abandon oneself to a life of pleasure
to get drunk
to eat and drink / food and drink
to acclaim / to cheer
to shout (i.e. to say in a loud voice) (usually followed by the words shouted) / (old) (of yamen bailiffs etc) to walk ahead of an official, shouting at pedestrians to clear the way
to shout / to bawl / to yell (to urge on an animal) / to hawk (one's wares) / to denounce loudly / to shout slogans
tasty (drinks)
to drink up / to finish (a drink)
unpleasant to drink
to freeload
to go dining, wining, whoring and gambling / to lead a life of dissipation
to eat and drink as much as one likes / to make a pig of oneself
lit. drink the northwest wind (idiom); cold and hungry
lit. to eat delicious food and drink hard liquor (idiom) / fig. to live well
to shout
to shout at sb to stop
to shout an order or command
to drink (alcohol)
to eat and drink gluttonously / to pig out
to eat, drink, shit, piss, and sleep / (fig.) the ordinary daily routine
practice in which a novice monk is shouted at or hit with a stick with the purpose of bringing about instant awakening (Buddhism) / to rebuke sternly
lit. to shout out hoping for fives and sixes when gambling with dice; a hubbub of gambling
see 呵斥
to shout at / to berate
to berate / to excoriate / to chide / also written 呵斥
(coll.) to be out of luck
(coll.) to get drunk / to get hammered
(idiom) you can lead a horse to water but you cannot make it drink
to call to come and shout to go (idiom); to yell orders / always bossing people around
to acclaim / to cheer
(slang) to get drunk (Tw)
to get blackout drunk (slang)
lit. to try to make an ox drink by forcing its head down to the water (idiom) / fig. to try to impose one's will on sb
lit. three monks have no water to drink (idiom) / fig. everybody's business is nobody's business / (If there is one monk, he will fetch water for himself. If there are two, they will fetch water together. But if there are three or more, none will take it upon himself to fetch water.)
to drink up / to finish (a drink)
to clear a street by banging gongs and shouting loudly (idiom)
to shout loudly / to bellow / to berate
to yell at sb in rage
to cadge a meal
to boo or jeer (as a sign of displeasure at an actor)
to get drunk
to eat and drink extravagantly / to binge

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