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tipsy

adjective   /ˈtɪp·si/ ( comparative tipsier, superlative tipsiest) informal
slightly drunk achispado Auntie Pat is getting a little tipsy again.
(Definition of tipsy from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

tipsy

adjective /ˈtipsi/
slightly drunk bebido, (estar) con el puntillo She felt a bit tipsy.
tipsily adverb
embriagadamente He tipsily staggered across the room.
tipsiness noun
embriaguez
(Definition of tipsy from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “tipsy”
in Korean 술에 약간 취한…
in Arabic ثَمِل…
in Malaysian mabuk sedikit…
in French éméché…
in Chinese (Traditional) 微醉的…
in Italian brillo…
in Vietnamese ngà ngà say…
in Portuguese embriagado, alto, alegre…
in Thai เมา…
in German beschwipst…
in Catalan alegre (begut)…
in Japanese ほろ酔いの…
in Chinese (Simplified) 微醉的…
in Indonesian agak mabuk…
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