What is the difference between "sip" and "drink" verbs?
Title says it all. What is the difference? As I understand - "to sip" means the same as "to drink" but slowly. Are there any other aspects for choosing between them?
1 Expert Answer
Chemistry/Biology Tutor (PhD in Biology, 19 years teaching experience)
Sip not only means to drink slowly, but also to drink very small amounts at a time.
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