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      existing entry (noun part):
      1. beguda
      2. copa to go (out) for a drink - anar de copes

      change to:
      1. beguda
      2. alcohol <engexamp>to go (out) for a drink</engexamp><catexamp>Anar de copes</catexamp>
      <example>By the time the group of lads got on the plane, they were already the worse for drink.</example>
      <example>I need a drink!</example>

      existing entry (verb part):
      to drink - beure

      add:
      2. beure alcohol <example>Are you coming out drinking tonight?</example><example>He'd been drinking since lunchtime and by 5 o'clock he was completely pissed</example>

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        <example>He'd been drinking since lunchtime and by 5 o'clock he was completely pissed</example>

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            Linda Oxnard
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            Linda Oxnard
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