How old is the daughter?
Depending on the age, I'd have several suggestions...
Violette's answer was a great one... a special cup can do wonders.
During meals, we get our girls to drink more by playing "Cheers!" We click our glasses together and say "cheers" and take a drink of water together for each time. They like to do it OVER and OVER.
When our first was really little and never wanted to drink at all... we brought a straw cup (one of the kind you buy in the baby sections) in with us when we would read books, which is her FAVORITE thing to do. Each page turn she would need to take a drink before we would continue.
Also, for little ones, "races" can be great. I wonder if you can drink all of that before I count to 5, or 10 or whatever?
Lastly, we have a "little mouse" in our house. Sometimes when we look away, the little mouse sneaks out and drinks her water. Then we can turn back and be surprised and look for the mouse who disappeared so quickly. Sometimes we try again to see if he'll come back and we can catch sight of him this time!
In general, I always recommend making a game of it, rather than a power struggle.
Hope any of that helps!!