Mother of god. >inb4 "to hydrate" >inb4 bitching about how funnyjunk sucks and only get things from 4chan. Eh! I have a question aboutthe englis
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Mother of god

>inb4 "to hydrate"
>inb4 bitching about how funnyjunk sucks and only get things from 4chan

Eh! I have a question aboutthe english language. Clearpath me.
ii . There is award (t) reaving yourself) To "eat", "eating", I have "eaten."
I 1 There is award forgiving someone else food. I "fed" him, "feed' the baby.
There is award forgiving yours/ quid. To "drink", "drinking", I "drank" that.
b. #1 Now think about the word forgiving someone else liquid.
Fest
It doesn' t fucking exist.
Why?
people same "water". Thats for plants.
OP can' t inba.
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#38 - alleksi ONLINE (04/18/2012) [+] (10 replies)
quench=/="to give some one liquid"
I'm not a native english speaker but I did a little googling

quench (kwnch)
tr.v. quenched, quench·ing, quench·es
1. To put out (a fire, for example); extinguish.
2. To suppress; squelch: The disapproval of my colleagues quenched my enthusiasm for the plan.
3. To put an end to; destroy.

4. To slake; satisfy: Mineral water quenched our thirst.
5. To cool (hot metal) by thrusting into water or other liquid.

the problem I see with that is that eat and drink mean - to put it simply - put food/liquid in to your mouth if that makes any sense
to eat doesn't mean to satisfy your hunger nor does to drink mean to satisfy your thirst . where as to quench does mean to satisfy thirst

in finland we have a verb for it.
drink = juoda
to give some one else liquid = juottaa which doesn't mean to satisfy your thirst

in my opinion "feed" is the best word for it. for example if you're giving milk to a babby animal and your friend walks in and asks "SUP DOOD WHAT ARE YOU DOING", you'd probably answer "I'm feeding him".
a mother breast FEEDS her child. etc
maybe that's just something to do with milk since it has all that cool shit in it that's good for you and stuff
#52 - mmajunkie (04/18/2012) [+] (2 replies)
I hydrated that hot bitch.
#12 - jessssefree (04/18/2012) [-]
Quench
#3 - anonymous (04/18/2012) [+] (1 reply)
how about quenched? I quenched his thirst?
how about quenched? I quenched his thirst?
#317 - jimothyjenkins (04/18/2012) [+] (1 reply)
quench? like you quenched their thirst.
..i think i win the internets
User avatar #64 - antistar (04/18/2012) [+] (2 replies)
Slake- verb (used with object)
1. to allay (thirst, desire, wrath, etc.) by satisfying.
2. to cool or refresh: He slaked his lips with ice.
etc.

dictionary.reference.com/browse/slake
#43 - daggydaggy (04/18/2012) [+] (4 replies)
OK OK OK, help me on this one

> Im hungry, eat
> Im full, ate
> Im thirsty, drink
> Im ..... , drank

Can someone please fill out the "....." ?!?

User avatar #46 to #43 - marmaladeface (04/18/2012) [-]
quenched
#617 - pokemonswagg (04/19/2012) [+] (8 replies)
Drink is a verb.. hey "drink" this.

Also there is "quench".. Take this gatorade and "quench" your trist.. its just that quench is not normally used alone because its an old word. But to quench means to suppress your trist. In easier words.. (for those who are 11) to drink.

If you want to be a bitch about this, there is a word for liquid to and its liquify xD but that is a state of form.

also, OP.. think about this.. you can't give liquid because you can't grab it.. Not unless its on a cup, bottle, hose, etc.. in which case you would use the word "take".

Take this zubat for example, I gave him a cup of coffee (a liquid) because I can't just throw it on his face.. if that were the case the verb would be "to throw"

Its simply OP.. Liquid is a noun, not a verb. are you like 6? cus I learned this in 4th grade.
So there ya go.
#163 - maxpowerfive (04/18/2012) [+] (6 replies)
Also. What is the opposite of steep?
#165 to #163 - anonymous (04/18/2012) [-]
not steep.
not steep.
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#338 - Wolonga (04/18/2012) [-]
for some reason i could only think about the word "pee"


#87 - cunninglinguist (04/18/2012) [+] (3 replies)
That's the English language for ya.
#718 - shankatank (04/19/2012) [+] (1 reply)
Slake is a word you could use, I suppose.   
But it sounds like you're attacking someone, rather than supplying them with nutrition.    
   
"Please, allow me to slake my baby."
Slake is a word you could use, I suppose.
But it sounds like you're attacking someone, rather than supplying them with nutrition.

"Please, allow me to slake my baby."
#350 - MurphyUK ONLINE (04/18/2012) [-]
I 'drowned' the baby.
#328 - foxylumberjack (04/18/2012) [-]
>Think to myself "Ha, to hydrate!"   
>read description.    
>MFW
>Think to myself "Ha, to hydrate!"
>read description.
>MFW
#340 - combustiblepiglet (04/18/2012) [+] (1 reply)
Quench.
#278 - lauraleopard (04/18/2012) [+] (3 replies)
Not having a word for something in a certain language is called a lexical gap, and are perfectly normal :) Another example of one is that you could call someone who has never had sex a "virgin", but there isn't a word for someone who has ................ other than lucky :)
Not having a word for something in a certain language is called a lexical gap, and are perfectly normal :) Another example of one is that you could call someone who has never had sex a "virgin", but there isn't a word for someone who has ................ other than lucky :)
#232 - snairtekili (04/18/2012) [-]
Are you retarded? Everyone knows it's "liquided"
User avatar #556 - kakallak (04/18/2012) [+] (1 reply)
I hydrated him
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