down the hatch

Down the hatch
This idiom can be said before drinking alcohol in company.

The small dictionary of idiomes. 2014.

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  • down the hatch — (informal) Said when about to drink something, esp alcohol, meaning ‘your health’, ‘cheers’ • • • Main Entry: ↑hatch * * * down the hatch humorous phrase an expression used by some people when they are about to drink an alcoholic drink Thesaurus …   Useful english dictionary

  • down the hatch — down the throat and into the stomach    Another pickled egg went down the hatch. Yum! …   English idioms

  • down the hatch — ► down the hatch informal used as a toast. Main Entry: ↑hatch …   English terms dictionary

  • Down the hatch! — exclam. Let’s drink it! (A drinking toast. See also hatch.) □ Down the hatch! Have another? □ Bottoms up! Down the hatch! …   Dictionary of American slang and colloquial expressions

  • down the hatch — adverb Into the mouth and down the throat, especially with regard to the consumption of a beverage. In Cairo, the New York Herald Tribunes correspondent, John ( Tex ) OReilly, found U.S. soldiers no less infected with the new English language:… …   Wiktionary

  • down the hatch! — {v. phr.}, {informal} Let us drink! * /When we celebrated Mom s birthday, we all raised our glasses and cried in unison, Down the hatch! / …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • down the hatch! — {v. phr.}, {informal} Let us drink! * /When we celebrated Mom s birthday, we all raised our glasses and cried in unison, Down the hatch! / …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • down\ the\ hatch! — v. phr. informal Let us drink! When we celebrated Mom s birthday, we all raised our glasses and cried in unison, Down the hatch! …   Словарь американских идиом

  • Down the hatch! — informal something that you say before drinking an alcoholic drink, especially when you are going to drink it all without stopping. And a whisky for you. Down the hatch, as they say …   New idioms dictionary

  • down the hatch — informal used as a toast. → hatch …   English new terms dictionary


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