Spanish - English Dictionary (Granada University, Spain)


(n.) = drunkard ; drunk back ; blind drunk ; drunk.
Nota: Nombre y adjetivo.
Ex: The writer discusses the designation of Jesus as a 'glutton and a drunkard'.
Ex: Is it not against the law to release a drunk back into society who may be still under the infuence?.
Ex: New research published today finds that even having just one stiff drink can make you 'blind drunk'.
Ex: Most innkeepers were crooks, the food was bad, and the inns were frequented by cutthroats and drunks.

Spanish to English


adjective
(Slang) drunk, sot

DRAE


beodo beodo, da. (De beudo). 1. adj. Embriagado o borracho. U. t. c. s.

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