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be as high as a kite

informal to behave in a silly or excited way because you have taken drugs or drunk a lot of alcohol
(吸毒或大量飲酒後)極度興奮,神情恍惚
I tried to talk to her after the party, but she was as high as a kite.
我想在聚會之後跟她談談,但她喝酒喝得神情恍惚。
Drunkenness and sobrietyDrugs - general wordsSpecific types of drug
to feel very happy and excited
非常高興;異常激動
I was a high as a kite when I'd heard I'd got the job.
當得知我得到那份工作時,我高興極了。
Feeling pleasure and happinessTaking pleasure in somethingExcited, interested and enthusiastic
Translations of “be as high as a kite”
in Chinese (Simplified) (吸毒或大量饮酒后)极度兴奋,神情恍惚, 非常高兴, 异常激动…
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