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tipsy

adjective     /ˈtɪp.si/ informal
slightly drunk 微醉的 Auntie Pat is getting a little tipsy again. 派特阿姨又有點醉了。 Drunkenness and sobriety
tipsily     /ˈtɪp.sɪ.li/ adverb Drunkenness and sobriety tipsiness     /ˈtɪp.sɪ.nəs/ noun [U] Drunkenness and sobriety
Translations of “tipsy”
in Arabic ثَمِل…
in Korean 술에 약간 취한…
in Malaysian mabuk sedikit…
in French éméché…
in Italian brillo…
in Vietnamese ngà ngà say…
in Spanish bebido, (estar) con el puntillo…
in Portuguese embriagado, alto, alegre…
in Thai เมา…
in German beschwipst…
in Catalan alegre (begut)…
in Japanese ほろ酔いの…
in Indonesian agak mabuk…
in Chinese (Simplified) 微醉的…
(Definition of tipsy from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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