Spanish translation of 'drunken'
- (= intoxicated)
- [brawl, orgy]
- [night, evening]
provocado por el alcohol
⇒ a drunken old man
un viejo borracho
⇒ her drunken husband
el borracho de su maridodrunken driving
conducir or (LAm) manejar en estado de embriagueza drunken party
una juergain a drunken rage
en un ataque de furia provocado por el alcoholin a drunken state
borrachoin a drunken stupor
flotando en los vapores del alcohol
- (= crooked)
⇒ at a drunken angle
- (= crooked)
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Example Sentences Including 'drunken'
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In upcoming scenes, the two have a drunken row and she dashes across the road.The Sun (2012)
My drunken stupor means the specifics escape me, but it was a fine spread.The Sun (2013)
On a drunken night out a friend suggested Buddhism.Times, Sunday Times (2007)
The foreign secretary resigned in a drunken row over economic policy.Times, Sunday Times (2015)
Were there lots of drunken antics?The Sun (2015)
He has also been banned by airline Flybe for six months following his drunken antics.The Sun (2012)
There are also men who killed in a crazed fit or drunken stupor.Times, Sunday Times (2014)
She had had three experiences in which she had collapsed in a "drunken" stupor while driving her car.An Alternative Approach to Allergies (1990)
He said that police would arrest anyone involved in similar behaviour and that pubs and clubs allowing drunken behaviour would be shut.Times, Sunday Times (2006)
Her drunken antics this week almost made me switch off.The Sun (2015)
It sounded like a drunken brawl, like a wild party.The Sun (2012)
Or does the tax from alcohol and the drunken behaviour keep too many people in jobs?The Sun (2008)
She's 26 and has often been arrested for drunken brawling.The Sun (2008)
There were fears of drunken brawls that could divert police from keeping the peace elsewhere.Times, Sunday Times (2014)
Many women simply sat around in a drunken stupor stark naked.Christianity Today (2000)
You have the right not to have your home regularly disrupted by drunken or stoned behaviour.Taking Drugs Seriously (1994)
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In Common Usage. drunken is one of the 10000 most commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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British English: drunken ADJECTIVE
Drunken is used to describe events and situations that involve people who are drunk.
The pain roused him from his drunken stupor.
Translation of drunken from the Collins English to Spanish Dictionary