drunk englannista suomeksi
kännissä, humalassa, juopunut, jurrissa
humalainen, juopunut, humalassa, päihtynyt formal, kännissä colloquial, humaltunut, jurrissa colloquial, hiprakassa slightly drunk, huppelissa childish, juovuksissa formal, naamoissa slang, lärvissä slang, naamat slang, lärvit slang, kuosissa slang, perse olalla very drunk, informal, niiteissä slang
1885, (w), ''(w)'', Night 557:
- So I took a great dry gourd and, cutting open the head, scooped out the inside and cleaned it; after which I gathered grapes from a vine which grew hard by and squeezed them into the gourd, till it was full of the juice. Then I stopped up the mouth and set in the sun, where I left it for some days, until it became strong wine; and every day I used to drink of it, to comfort and sustain me under my fatigues with that from froward and obstinate fiend; and as often as I drank myself drunk, I forgot my troubles and took new heart.
Habitually or frequently in a state of intoxication.
''Drunk with power he immediately ordered a management reshuffle.''
(RQ:Macaulay History of England)
Drenched or saturated with moisture or liquid.
One who is intoxicated with alcohol.
1858, "A Scarcity of Jurors—Cangemi's Third Trial," ''New York Times'', 8 Jun., p. 4:
- Gen. G. had been on a long drunk from July last until Christmas.
A drunken state.
2006, Patrick McCabe, ''Winterwood'', Bloomsbury 2007, p. 10:
- Here – help yourself to another drop there, Redmond! By the time we've got a good drunk on us there'll be more crack in this valley than the night I pissed on the electric fence!
(en-simple past of)