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debauched

adjective /diˈboːtʃt/
inclined to debauchery
vicioso
He led a debauched lifestyle of drinks and drugs.
debauchery noun too much indulgence in pleasures usually considered immoral, especially sexual activity and excessive drinking
libertinaje
a life of debauchery.
Translations of “debauched”
in French débauché…
in German ausschweifend…
in Chinese (Traditional) 糜爛的,放蕩的, 沉湎酒色的, 嗜毒的…
in Chinese (Simplified) 糜烂的,放荡的, 沉湎酒色的, 嗜毒的…
(Definition of debauched from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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