alcohol

noun
ADJECTIVE
excess, excessive

the dangers of excessive alcohol

pure

Is it possible for cars to run on pure alcohol?

strong (AmE)
grain (AmE)
rubbing (AmE)
… OF ALCOHOL
drop
unit (esp. BrE)

You need to be careful how many units of alcohol you drink in a week.

bottle, glass
level

The driver had more than the permitted level of alcohol in his blood.

VERB + ALCOHOL
consume, drink
avoid, not touch, stay away from (esp. AmE), stay off

I haven't touched a drop of alcohol for three weeks.

abuse (formal)

Most drinkers do not abuse alcohol at all.

serve
ALCOHOL + NOUN
content, level

It can take a long time for blood alcohol levels to fall.

consumption, intake, use
abuse, addiction, dependence, misuse
problem

People can find it hard to admit they have an alcohol problem.

prohibition
PHRASES
under the influence of alcohol

He had been driving while under the influence of alcohol.


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