intoxicated


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in·tox·i·cat·ed

 (ĭn-tŏk′sĭ-kā′tĭd)
adj.
Physically or mentally impaired by a chemical substance, especially alcohol: was arrested for driving while intoxicated; an intoxicated guest at the party.

intoxicated

(ɪnˈtɒksɪkeɪtɪd)
adj
1. drunk
2. excited; extremely stimulated

intoxicated

  • nappy - Describing a beer that has a head and is foaming—or a person who is slightly intoxicated.
  • capernoited - Slightly intoxicated.
  • groggy - From grog, "spirits mixed with water," it first meant "intoxicated."
  • temulent, temulency - Temulent means drunken or intoxicated; temulency is intoxication.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.intoxicated - stupefied or excited by a chemical substance (especially alcohol); "a noisy crowd of intoxicated sailors"; "helplessly inebriated"
sober - not affected by a chemical substance (especially alcohol)
2.intoxicated - as if under the influence of alcohol; "felt intoxicated by her success"; "drunk with excitement"
excited - in an aroused state

intoxicated

adjective
1. drunk, tight (informal), smashed (slang), pissed (Brit., Austral., & N.Z. slang), canned (slang), high (informal), cut (Brit. slang), flying (slang), bombed (slang), stoned (slang), wasted (slang), hammered (slang), steaming (slang), wrecked (slang), stiff (slang), out of it (slang), plastered (slang), drunken, blitzed (slang), lit up (slang), stewed (slang), under the influence, tipsy, legless (informal), paralytic (informal), sozzled (informal), steamboats (Scot. slang), off your face (slang), zonked (slang), blotto (slang), fuddled, the worse for drink, inebriated, out to it (Austral. & N.Z. slang), drunk as a skunk, in your cups (informal), rat-arsed (taboo slang), Brahms and Liszt (slang), half seas over (Brit. informal), bevvied (dialect), three sheets in the wind (informal), babalas (S. African) He appeared intoxicated, police said.
2. euphoric, excited, exhilarated, high (informal), sent (slang), stimulated, dizzy, ecstatic, elated, infatuated, enraptured They had become intoxicated by their success.

intoxicated

adjective
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
مست
päihtynyt
bedronkendronkengealcoholiseerdzat
beat

intoxicated

[ɪnˈtɒksɪkeɪtɪd] ADJ
1. (lit) (frm) (= drunk) → ebrio, en estado de embriaguez
to become intoxicatedalcanzar un estado de embriaguez
2. (fig) (liter) → embriagado (liter), ebrio
to be intoxicated by sth (by victory, success) → estar embriagado or ebrio a causa de algo
to be intoxicated with sthestar embriagado or ebrio de algo
to feel intoxicatedsentirse embriagado

intoxicated

[ɪnˈtɒksɪkeɪtɪd] adj
(= drunk) → ivre
(= excited) to become intoxicated by sth → devenir ivre de qch
They seem to have become intoxicated by their success → Ils semblent être devenus ivres de leur succès.

intoxicated

adjbetrunken, berauscht (also fig), → im Rausch (also fig); to become intoxicatedsich berauschen (also fig) (→ by, with an +dat, → von); intoxicated by drugsim Drogenrausch; intoxicated by or with successvom Erfolg berauscht

intoxicated

[ɪnˈtɒksɪˌkeɪtɪd] adjubriaco/a
intoxicated (with) (fig) → inebriato/a (di)
to become intoxicated → ubriacarsi
References in classic literature ?
For several miles Worson went on very well, at an easy gait, without apparent fatigue, for he had really great powers of endurance and was not sufficiently intoxicated to enfeeble them.
But he did not succeed, and became too intoxicated to fetch any more drink, and yet not so intoxicated as to forget what had happened.
To which I believe we may add, the consideration of her vast fortune, which, though he was too sober to be intoxicated with it, he was too sensible to despise.
She saw in her the signs of that excitement of success she knew so well in herself; she saw that she was intoxicated with the delighted admiration she was exciting.
When Quasimodo, who had not ceased to fight for a moment, beheld this rout, he fell on his knees and raised his hands to heaven; then, intoxicated with joy, he ran, he ascended with the swiftness of a bird to that cell, the approaches to which he had so intrepidly defended.
At home I dream that at Naples, at Rome, I can be intoxicated with beauty and lose my sadness.
You are stopping in this house, Sir,' said the indignant little man; 'you are intoxicated now, Sir; you shall hear from me in the morning, sir.
The landlord and hostler at the White Lion, with several other people, gave evidence that he was intoxicated when he started from the inn.
The greenish pallor of her skin intoxicated him, and her thin white lips had an extraordinary fascination.
Such a triumphal result would have intoxicated any other man; but he managed to keep himself in a state of delightful
As the noise and rapidity of the drumbeats increased the dancers apparently became intoxicated with the wild rhythm and the savage yells.
I sent the Bombay priests after him, I got you intoxicated at Hong Kong, I separated you from him, and I made him miss the Yokohama steamer.