round of drinks

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Synonyms for round of drinks

a serving to each of a group (usually alcoholic)


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Once you've reached your financial goal, you can move the funds over to your Becuzz Visa card and buy a round of drinks.
Carlsberg is standing a round of drinks for the regiment, which recently returned from Afghanistan, and Ladbrokes are giving free bet vouchers.
Caesars - entrance to Qua Roman Baths and Spa, 20 percent off spa services, $20 food and beverage credit, round of drinks at a Caesars exclusive lounge, complimentary valet parking and a 1 p.
According to the 35-year-old British builder, a round of drinks in Paphos, consisting of a beer, two vodka and cokes and a lemonade came to the princely sum of 20 euros.
Firstly Demi bought a round of drinks -then tripped on her dress and spilt beer down herself
The Cameroon star returned late from his Christmas break - and was ordered to buy a round of drinks as punishment.
I looked forward to eating but went into the bar area to buy a round of drinks and ordered a pint of creamflow bitter beforehand.
Research by brewer SABMiller found 82% of Brits--more than in any other country in Europe--were more likely to buy a round of drinks than split the bill, compared with only 10% of Germans.
Mark Brown, 36, left the turntable and headed for Colin Williams, who was about to sit down at a table with a round of drinks, Durham Crown Court was told.
Hospital porter Barry Holme was stabbed to death after a row about a round of drinks in 2001 by William Boland, of Vanguard Street, Anfield, who was given a life sentence for the crime.
West Hollywood, say ``Happy 13th anniversary'' if you visit there this month and ``your first round of drinks will be complimentary.
c) If you are challenged and are unable to properly respond, you must buy a round of drinks for the challenger and the group being challenged.
COLIN Montgomerie charged into a share of the lead in the inaugural Nordic Open - and celebrated by buying a massive round of drinks.
The teenager, who claims the shop manager refused to let her have a break during the eight-hour shift, now plans to invest her windfall in a round of drinks when she turns 18.
After the revolution, newly hired workers no longer had to buy a round of drinks for their mates, and they no longer drank in honor of their bosses.