drunk englannista suomeksi
kännissä, humalassa, juopunut, jurrissa
juovuksissa, juopunut, humalainen, humalassa, humaltunut, päihtynyt standard or formal kännissä, päissään, tillin-tallin, informal, hönöissä, jurrissa, kekkulissa, naamat, naamoissa, kuoseissa, lärvit, niiteissä, perse olalla, perseet, pienessä sievässä, pöhnässä, tuiterissa, umpitunnelissa colloquial, hiprakassa, huppelissa, hutikassa childish or slightly drunk
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)