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Spanish translation of “drunk”

drunk

verb /draŋk/
see drink. drunkard /-kəd/ noun a person who is often drunk
borracho
I’m afraid he’s turning into a drunkard.
drunken adjective drunk
borracho
drunken soldiers.
caused by being drunk
causado por embriaguez
He spoke with a drunken slur.
drunken driving noun (also drunk driving) (British)driving under the influence of alcohol.
conductor en estado de embriaguez
drunkenness noun
embriaguez
He was found in a state of drunkenness,
(Definition of drunk from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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