oiled


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oiled

 (oild)
adj.
1. Treated or covered with oil: "Seventy percent of eagle nests in the oiled area failed to produce live chicks" (Timothy Egan).
2. Slang Intoxicated; drunk.

oiled

(ɔɪld)
adj
lubricated, smeared, polished, etc with oil or an oily substance
See also well-oiled
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.oiled - treated with oil; "oiled country roads"; "an oiled walnut table"
unoiled - in need of oil treatment; "dusty unoiled roads"; "a dull unoiled table"
Translations

oiled

adj
oiled silkÖlhaut f
he’s well-oiled (inf: = drunk) → der ist ganz schön voll (inf), → der hat ganz schön getankt (inf)
References in classic literature ?
They are rusted so badly that I cannot move them at all; if I am well oiled I shall soon be all right again.
So she oiled it, and as it was quite badly rusted the Scarecrow took hold of the tin head and moved it gently from side to side until it worked freely, and then the man could turn it himself.
He was something of a dandy and kept his tin body brilliantly polished and his tin joints well oiled.
Undoubtedly it was oiled silk on the outside, and through the almost transparent covering could be seen the small arrows, or darts, used in the blow gun.
We're not afraid," Tom said, noting that the oiled skin well covered the dangerous darts.