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 /drʌŋk/ us  

drunk (DRINK)

past participle of drink


adjective  /drʌŋk/ us  

drunk adjective (TOO MUCH ALCOHOL)

unable to behave correctly or as usual because of drinking too much alcohol


noun [C]  /drʌŋk/ us  

drunk noun [C] (ALCOHOLIC)

a person who regularly drinks too much alcohol
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