(n.) = drunkard ; wino ; drunk. Nota: Nombre y adjetivo. Ex: The writer discusses the designation of Jesus as a 'glutton and a drunkard'. Ex: These indigents, known to the public as tramps & skid row winos, are very visible & more likely to be arrested for drunkenness & other petty offenses than a person with a permanent home. Ex: Most innkeepers were crooks, the food was bad, and the inns were frequented by cutthroats and drunks. ---- * borracho callejero = wino. * fiesta de borrachos = drunken party. (adj.) = intoxicated ; drunken ; under the influence ; sauced up ; squiffy ; like three sheets to the wind ; sloshed ; plastered ; inebriated. Ex: A few days ago, our library director was hit by a car driven by an intoxicated driver and suffered severe injuries. Ex: Women suffragists reaped an unexpected publicity bonanza when the 1913 national suffrage parade in Washington was broken up by a drunken mob. Ex: He was being held without bail after his fifth arrest for operating under the influence. Ex: And because beer and wine are so expensive at the stadium, many of these fans are coming to the games already sauced up from tailgate drinking. Ex: It'd be horrible to be one of those people who got morose when they were slightly squiffy. Ex: There definitely are things you should stay away from, unless you're already like three sheets to the wind and you don't give a fuck. Ex: I was with Megan and she was sloshed but still more coherent than me and she had some hillarious stories the next morning. Ex: He was plastered but still remained concious enough to tell some good jokes. Ex: And much to her astonishment, there was yours truly standing behind five inebriated women each holding one of the signs I had made. ---- * borracho como una cuba = pissed as a newt ; drunk back ; blind drunk ; pissed to the gills ; pissed to the eyeballs ; pissed as a lord ; sloshed to the gills. * conductor borracho = drink-driver. * estar borracho = be drunk ; see + double ; be the worse for wear ; be the worse for drink ; have had one too many ; have tippled one too many. * estar completamente borracho = be drunk and incapable. * más borracho que una cuba = as drunk as a lord ; as drunk as a skunk ; as drunk as a newt. * tan borracho como una cuba = as drunk as a newt ; as drunk as a lord ; as drunk as a skunk.