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pissed

adjective uk   /pɪst/ offensive us  
UK [after verb] drunk: I can't remember - I was pissed at the time. US [after verb] annoyed: He's gonna be pissed when he finds out what happened.
Translations of “pissed”
in Korean 술취한…
in Arabic سَكران…
in Portuguese mamado, bêbado…
in Catalan borratxo, trompa…
in Japanese (俗語で)酔っ払った…
in Italian ubriaco fradicio, sbronzo…
in Chinese (Traditional) 醉的…
in Russian пьяный в стельку, обозленный…
in Turkish ayyaş, sarhoş, rezil…
in Chinese (Simplified) 醉的…
in Polish nawalony, wpieprzony…
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