a small amount of liquid food;
"a sup of ale"
take solid or liquid food into the mouth a little at a time either by drinking or by eating with a spoon
- They sat supping their beer.
- Come on, sup up your tea.
- We supped on cold roast beef.
- They supped on bread and cheese.
- He has been without bite or sup for two days.
The old man supped his pint.出自： A. Alvarez
Hubert had taken care to sup well that evening.出自： K. Amis
Who sups with the devil will need a long spoon.出自：Proverb