- Disambiguation: See alcohol.
Compare and contrast eat.
As a verb, "drink" has the third person form "drinks" /drɪŋks/) and the -ing form "drinking" (/drɪŋkɪŋ(g)/. "Drink" is an irregular lexical verb that follows the common i-a-u pattern, i.e. the preterite is "drank" (/dræŋk/) and the past participle is "drunk" /drʌŋk/.
Note that as an adjective, it's possible for someone "to be drunk", having consumed too much alcohol.