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Used to express friendly feelings towards one's companions before drinking:‘‘Down the hatch!’ he said, raising his mug’
- ‘One for you, two for me. Down the hatch!’
- ‘Drain that one, go on, down the hatch, there's plenty more.’
- ‘‘Well,’ he thought ‘Down the hatch.’ Alex set the empty glass down on the bar and ordered another.’
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