plastered


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plas·tered

 (plăs′tərd)
adj. Slang
Intoxicated; drunk.

plastered

(ˈplɑːstəd)
adj
slang intoxicated; drunk

drunk

(drʌŋk)

adj.
1. being in a temporary state in which one's physical and mental faculties are impaired by an excess of alcoholic drink; intoxicated.
2. overcome or dominated by a strong feeling or emotion: drunk with passion.
3. pertaining to or caused by intoxication.
n.
4.
a. an intoxicated person.
5. a period of drinking alcohol heavily: a week-long drunk.
v.
6. pp. and nonstandard pt. of drink.
usage: Both drunk and drunken are used as modifiers before nouns naming persons: a drunk customer; a drunken merrymaker. Only drunk occurs after a linking verb: The actor was drunk with success. drunken is almost always the form used with nouns that do not name persons: drunken arrogance; a drunken brawl. See also drink.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.plastered - (of hair) made smooth by applying a sticky or glossy substance; "black hair plastered with pomade"
groomed - neat and smart in appearance; well cared for; "the manager was a beautifully groomed young man"; "his horse was always groomed"
2.plastered - (of walls) covered with a coat of plaster
covered - overlaid or spread or topped with or enclosed within something; sometimes used as a combining form; "women with covered faces"; "covered wagons"; "a covered balcony"
3.plastered - very drunkplastered - very drunk        
jargon, lingo, patois, argot, vernacular, slang, cant - a characteristic language of a particular group (as among thieves); "they don't speak our lingo"
drunk, inebriated, intoxicated - stupefied or excited by a chemical substance (especially alcohol); "a noisy crowd of intoxicated sailors"; "helplessly inebriated"

plastered

adjective
Slang. Stupefied, excited, or muddled with alcoholic liquor:
Informal: cockeyed, stewed.
Idioms: drunk as a skunk, half-seas over, high as a kite, in one's cups, three sheets in the wind.
Translations
ožralý
fuld
kännissä
bourréschlass
pijan
酔っぱらって
술취한
full
เมามาก เป็นคำสแลง
say rượu

plastered

[ˈplɑːstəd] ADJ (= drunk) to be plasteredestar como una cuba, estar tomado (LAm)
to get plasteredponerse como una cuba

plastered

[ˈplɑːstərd] adj (= drunk) → soûl(e)
to get plastered → se soûler

plastered

adj pred (inf)voll (inf); to get plasteredsich volllaufen lassen (inf)

plastered

[ˈplɑːstəd] adj (fam) (drunk) → ubriaco/a fradicio/a

plastered

سَكْران ožralý fuld blau πιωμένος borracho, mamado kännissä bourré pijan sbronzo 酔っぱらって 술취한 dronken pære full spity bêbado пьяный full เมามาก เป็นคำสแลง dut gibi sarhoş say rượu 醉的
References in classic literature ?
Both rooms were plastered and whitewashed--the plaster laid directly upon the earth walls, as it used to be in dugouts.
The terror and ugliness of Maule's crime, and the wretchedness of his punishment, would darken the freshly plastered walls, and infect them early with the scent of an old and melancholy house.
To the right there is a door from the saloon, with a few loafers in the doorway, and in the corner beyond it a bar, with a presiding genius clad in soiled white, with waxed black mustaches and a carefully oiled curl plastered against one side of his forehead.
Here the boys emerged from under the table, and, with hands and faces well plastered with molasses, began a vigorous kissing of the baby.
The walls of all the rooms was plastered, and most had carpets on the floors, and the whole house was whitewashed on the outside.
He privately smoothed out the curls, with labor and dif- ficulty, and plastered his hair close down to his head; for he held curls to be effeminate, and his own filled his life with bitterness.
Huldah Meserve asked permission to cover the largest holes in the plastered walls with boughs and fill the water pail with wild flowers.