Meaning of “blotto” in the English Dictionary

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"blotto" in British English

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blottoadjective

uk /ˈblɒt.əʊ/ us /ˈblɑː.t̬oʊ/ old-fashioned slang

Examples from literature

  • I regret that one night, while I was staying at G.H.Q. Tanks, I got "blotto." 
  • I was possibly a little blotto. 
  • She wasn't exactly blotto, but she had evidently laid a good foundation for a first-class jag. 
  • We ceased to think there was any harm in being occasionally "blotto" at night, or in employing the picturesque army word "bloody." 

(Definition of “blotto” from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)