Traducción: de espanol

sauced up

  • 1 borracho

    adj.
    drunk, drunken, intoxicated, half seas over.
    m.
    1 drunkard, drunken person, barfly, dipsomaniac.
    2 grey gurnard, Chelidonichtys gurnardus, Eutrigla gurnardus.
    * * *
    1 (persona) drunk
    nombre masculino,nombre femenino
    1 drunkard, drunk
    \
    borracho,-a como una cuba blind drunk
    ————————
    * * *
    1. (f. - borracha)
    adj.
    2. (f. - borracha)
    noun
    drunk, drunkard
    * * *
    borracho, -a
    1. ADJ
    1) [persona]

    es muy borracho — he's a drunkard, he's a heavy drinker

    2) (=poseído) drunk, blind (de with)
    3) (Culin) [bizcocho] tipsy ( soaked in liqueur o spirit); [fruta] marinated
    4) [de color] violet
    2.
    SM / F drunkard, drunk
    * * *
    I
    - cha adjetivo
    a) [estar] drunk

    borracho de gloria/poder — drunk with glory/power

    b) [ser]

    es muy borrachohe is a drunkard o a heavy drinker

    II
    - cha masculino, femenino drunk; ( habitual) drunkard, drunk
    * * *
    = intoxicated, drunken, drunkard, under the influence, sauced up, wino, drunk.
    Ex. A few days ago, our library director was hit by a car driven by an intoxicated driver and suffered severe injuries.
    Ex. Women suffragists reaped an unexpected publicity bonanza when the 1913 national suffrage parade in Washington was broken up by a drunken mob.
    Ex. The writer discusses the designation of Jesus as a 'glutton and a drunkard'.
    Ex. He was being held without bail after his fifth arrest for operating under the influence.
    Ex. And because beer and wine are so expensive at the stadium, many of these fans are coming to the games already sauced up from tailgate drinking.
    Ex. These indigents, known to the public as tramps & skid row winos, are very visible & more likely to be arrested for drunkenness & other petty offenses than a person with a permanent home.
    Ex. Most innkeepers were crooks, the food was bad, and the inns were frequented by cutthroats and drunks.
    ----
    * borracho callejero = wino.
    * borracho como una cuba = pissed as a newt, pissed as a lord, drunk back, blind drunk.
    * conductor borracho = drink-driver.
    * estar borracho = be drunk, see + double.
    * estar completamente borracho = be drunk and incapable.
    * fiesta de borrachos = drunken party.
    * más borracho que una cuba = as drunk as a lord, as drunk as a skunk, as drunk as a newt.
    * tan borracho como una cuba = as drunk as a newt, as drunk as a lord, as drunk as a skunk.
    * * *
    I
    - cha adjetivo
    a) [estar] drunk

    borracho de gloria/poder — drunk with glory/power

    b) [ser]

    es muy borrachohe is a drunkard o a heavy drinker

    II
    - cha masculino, femenino drunk; ( habitual) drunkard, drunk
    * * *
    = intoxicated, drunken, drunkard, under the influence, sauced up, wino, drunk.

    Ex: A few days ago, our library director was hit by a car driven by an intoxicated driver and suffered severe injuries.

    Ex: Women suffragists reaped an unexpected publicity bonanza when the 1913 national suffrage parade in Washington was broken up by a drunken mob.
    Ex: The writer discusses the designation of Jesus as a 'glutton and a drunkard'.
    Ex: He was being held without bail after his fifth arrest for operating under the influence.
    Ex: And because beer and wine are so expensive at the stadium, many of these fans are coming to the games already sauced up from tailgate drinking.
    Ex: These indigents, known to the public as tramps & skid row winos, are very visible & more likely to be arrested for drunkenness & other petty offenses than a person with a permanent home.
    Ex: Most innkeepers were crooks, the food was bad, and the inns were frequented by cutthroats and drunks.
    * borracho callejero = wino.
    * borracho como una cuba = pissed as a newt, pissed as a lord, drunk back, blind drunk.
    * conductor borracho = drink-driver.
    * estar borracho = be drunk, see + double.
    * estar completamente borracho = be drunk and incapable.
    * fiesta de borrachos = drunken party.
    * más borracho que una cuba = as drunk as a lord, as drunk as a skunk, as drunk as a newt.
    * tan borracho como una cuba = as drunk as a newt, as drunk as a lord, as drunk as a skunk.

    * * *
    1 [ ESTAR] drunk
    borracho de gloria/poder/éxito drunk with glory/power/success
    2 [ SER]:
    es muy borracho he is a drunkard o a heavy drinker
    masculine, feminine
    drunk; (habitual) drunkard, drunk
    * * *

     

    borracho
    ◊ - cha adjetivo

    a) [estar] drunk

    b) [ser]:

    es muy borracho he is a drunkard o a heavy drinker

    ■ sustantivo masculino, femenino
    drunk;
    ( habitual) drunkard, drunk
    borracho,-a
    I adjetivo
    1 (ebrio) drunk
    estar borracho, to be drunk
    2 (bizcocho, pastel) with rum
    II sustantivo masculino y femenino drunkard, drunk
    ' borracho' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    borracha
    - ebria
    - ebrio
    - gatas
    - más
    - puesta
    - puesto
    - agravante
    - ahogado
    - bebido
    - chupado
    - colocado
    - curado
    - curda
    - despejar
    - embriagado
    - jalado
    - mamado
    - perdido
    - sobrio
    English:
    as
    - blind
    - blunder
    - bombed
    - boozed up
    - drunk
    - drunkard
    - drunken
    - intoxicated
    - loaded
    - obviously
    - paralytic
    - pissed
    - plastered
    - sloshed
    - smashed
    - sober
    - splash about
    - sway
    - tight
    - well
    * * *
    borracho, -a
    adj
    1. [ebrio] drunk;
    Fam Fam
    ¡ni borracho! (absolutely) no way!;
    ¡no lo haría ni borracho! there's no way you'd get me doing that!
    2. [emocionado]
    borracho de [poder, éxito] drunk o intoxicated with;
    está borracho de ideas he's overflowing with ideas;
    estaba borracho de alegría he was wild with joy
    nm,f
    [persona] drunk
    nm
    [bizcocho] = sponge cake soaked in alcohol, ≈ baba (au rhum), Br rum baba
    * * *
    I adj drunk;
    borracho de poder drunk with power
    II m, borracha f drunk
    * * *
    borracho, - cha adj
    ebrio: drunk, intoxicated
    : drunk, drunkard
    * * *
    borracho adj n drunk

    Spanish-English dictionary > borracho

  • 2 botellón

    m.
    large bottle, flagon.
    * * *
    Nota: En USA, se aplica en general a beber antes o durante un partido utilizando las bebidas que uno lleva en el maletero del coche.
    Ex. And because beer and wine are so expensive at the stadium, many of these fans are coming to the games already sauced up from tailgate drinking.
    * * *
    Nota: En USA, se aplica en general a beber antes o durante un partido utilizando las bebidas que uno lleva en el maletero del coche.

    Ex: And because beer and wine are so expensive at the stadium, many of these fans are coming to the games already sauced up from tailgate drinking.

    * * *
    A
    2 ( Chi) (para la cama) ceramic hot-water bottle
    B ( Esp) (reunión callejera) (young people's) bottle party ( held in the street)
    hacer or practicar el botellón to go street-partying
    * * *
    Esp Fam = informal street gathering where young people meet to drink and socialize

    Spanish-English dictionary > botellón

Mira otros diccionarios:

  • sauced — [sôst] adj. Slang drunk; intoxicated …   English World dictionary

  • Sauced — Sauce Sauce (s[add]s), v. t. [Cf. F. saucer.] [imp. & p. p. {Sauced} (s[add]st); p. pr. & vb. n. {Saucing} (s[add] s[i^]ng).] 1. To accompany with something intended to give a higher relish; to supply with appetizing condiments; to season; to… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • sauced — mod. alcohol intoxicated. □ She went out and got herself sauced. □ Man, do you look sauced …   Dictionary of American slang and colloquial expressions

  • sauced — adj Drunk, intoxicated. Man we got sauced last night at that party. 1940s …   Historical dictionary of American slang

  • sauced — a fifteenth century word for dressing tench (preparing this fish for consumption), no longer in use …   Dictionary of ichthyology

  • sauced — /sawst/, adj. Slang. intoxicated; drunk. [prob. b. SOUSED and SAUCE (in sense liquor )] * * * …   Universalium

  • sauced — adjective drunk …   Wiktionary

  • sauced — sɔːs n. gravy, liquid condiment poured over food for extra flavor; something that spices, something that adds flavor; boldness, insolence (Slang); stewed and pureed fruit; vegetables served with meat (Archaic) v. season, spice, give zest to;… …   English contemporary dictionary

  • sauced — adjective informal, chiefly N. Amer. drunk …   English new terms dictionary

  • sauced — [[t]sɔst[/t]] adj. Slang. cvb sts intoxicated; drunk • Etymology: alter. of soused …   From formal English to slang

  • sauced — /sawst/, adj. Slang. intoxicated; drunk. [prob. b. SOUSED and SAUCE (in sense liquor )] …   Useful english dictionary


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