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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishdrinksdrinks[plural] British EnglishDFDL a social occasion when you have alcoholic drinks and sometimes foodfor drinks Don’t forget we’re invited to the Jones’ for drinks on Sunday. drink
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for drinksAtkins was sent to the bar for drinks which would suggest that he had the lowest standing or rank.Tomorrow he is off to Chequers to join the great and the good and John Major for drinks.They had been to the Maxwells' for drinks and afterwards to see Shaw's Saint Joan.There where hot plates for breakfasts, refrigerators for drinks, and ironing boards civil engineering.About seven for drinks, and 7.30 for dinner.Denys and Vita had been to church; they sat waiting for drinks to be brought them.Who do you think I asked you for drinks?