borracho translation | Spanish-English dictionary

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borracho

, a  
a       adj  
1    [persona]  
está borracho      he's drunk  
es muy borracho      he's a drunkard, he's a heavy drinker  
MODISMOS estar borracho como una cuba      to be plastered *   , be blind drunk *  
2    (=poseído)   drunk, blind     ( de      with)  
3      (Culin)  
[bizcocho]  
tipsy   (soaked in liqueur o spirit)     
[fruta]  
marinated
4      (de color)    violet
b       sm/f   drunkard, drunk
Translation Spanish - English Collins Dictionary  
está borracho exp.
he's drunk

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Collaborative Dictionary     Spanish-English
exp.
he turned up drunk
exp.
he was totally {o} dead drunk
exp.
to be plastered
(MODISMOS)
exp.
he's a drunkard
exp.
he's a heavy drinker
exp.
there were a lot of {o} lots of drunks there
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'borracho' also found in translations in English-Spanish dictionary
exp.
borracho
[Hum.]
exp.
borracho
exp.
borracho perdido
exp.
estar borracho
(IDIOMS)
exp.
estar borracho
exp.
está borracho perdido
exp.
un borracho empedernido
exp.
estar borracho de éxito
exp.
estar borracho de whisky
exp.
estaba borracho y despotricaba
"borracho": examples and translations in context
Debes estar borracho para llamarme Vincent. You must be drunk to call me Vincent.
Pero su carácter cambia cuando está borracho. But his character does change when he's drunk.
Ahora representaremos un billonario borracho en Starbucks en Siberia. And now we take you to a drunken billionaire... at a Starbucks in Siberia.
Sólo un borracho haría algo así. Only a drunken man would do a thing like that.
Planeo afrontar esa situación poniéndome muy borracho. It's my plan to meet that situation by getting well plastered.
Probablemente esté tirado borracho en algún lugar. He's probably on his hands and knees someplace, drunk.
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