English version

hard-drinking

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishhard-drinkingˈhard-ˌdrinking adjective [only before noun]  DRINKa hard-drinking person drinks a lot of alcohol
Examples from the Corpus
hard-drinkingShe continued to go out to dinner with academics, to receive the hard-drinking architect.Commanders, R.N., are a notoriously hard-drinking breed, which scotched that suspicion.a hard-drinking manThat was hard-bitten, hard-nosed, hard-drinking newshound Edgar Allan Poe.The customers were mostly farming folk, a hardworking and hard-drinking set of locals who, in general, were convivial and congenial.
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