①If you slurp a liquid, you drink it noisily.【v.大声地啜;出声地喝】
②A slurp is a noise that you make with your mouth when you drink noisily, or a mouthful of liquid that you drink noisily.【n.(喝东西时发出的)咕嘟声】
①He slurped down a cup of sweet, black coffee.
②He takes a slurp from a cup of black coffee.
《卫报》一篇题为 I drink 50 cups a day 的文章也出现了这个表达：
a tough/hard sell
Something that it is difficult to persuade people to buy or accept.
This tax increase is going to be a hard sell to voters.
Matt Haig的新书 The Midnight Library 也出现了这个表达：