"This is a drink."
Translation:He inu kēia.
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From your and Lee's earlier comments, I entered "ka mea inu" for "the drink" and DL marked it wrong. My trusty dictionary defines drink this way: verb inu, inumia, pā. Noun mea inu. Ka inu for The drink should be accepted. Edit: As of 12/13/18, He mea inu kēia is accepted.
Rabelon, according to "Hawaiian Dictionary," Pukui & Elbert: Mea inu = "n. Beverage, drink, potion" and Inu = "nvt. To drink; a drink, drinking." Auwe on the down-voter. Have a lingot.