Yes, but it would be "bottoms up" and is only really applied when drinking pints of bear rather than spirits/wine - as you drink and tilt your glass ever upward the bottoms of the pint glass will rise above the top - hence the expression.Hi, everyone:
I'll bottom up my glass. You may drink as much of it as you like.
I wonder if "bottom up" means "drink up" here?
I know "bottoms up", but I'm not sure if it can be used in a sentence.