take medicine


take medicine
1) Общая лексика: принимать лекарство, особ. слабительное, "принять", выпить, покориться неизбежности, понести заслуженное наказание, проглотить пилюлю, стойко переносить (что-л.) неприятное
2) Шутливое выражение: глотнуть спиртного
3) Сленг: принять на грудь
4) Макаров: (one's) покориться неизбежности, (one's) понести заслуженное наказание, (one's) проглотить пилюлю, (one's) стойко переносить (что-л.) неприятное, "принять" (глотнуть спиртного), выпить (глотнуть спиртного)

Универсальный англо-русский словарь. . 2011.

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