inebriate
[inebriate]
VERB
(inebriated)
inebriates (third person present) · inebriated (past tense) · inebriated (past participle) · inebriating (present participle)
  1. make (someone) drunk; intoxicate.
    "I got mildly inebriated"
    synonyms:
    drunk · intoxicated · inebriate · drunken · tipsy · the worse for drink ·
    under the influence · blind drunk · dead drunk · rolling drunk · roaring drunk · as drunk as a lord · as drunk as a skunk · sottish · gin-soaked · tight · merry · the worse for wear · pie-eyed · three sheets to the wind · plastered · smashed · hammered · sloshed · soused · sozzled · well oiled · paralytic · wrecked · wasted · blotto · stewed · pickled · tanked up · soaked · blasted · ratted · off one's face · out of one's head · out of one's skull · legless · bevvied · Brahms and Liszt · half cut · out of it · lashed · bladdered · trolleyed · mullered · slaughtered · well away · squiffy · tiddly · out of one's box · fou · loaded · trashed · out of one's gourd · blitzed · ripped · jacked · turnt · in one's cups · lit up · sotted · foxed · screwed · crapulent · crapulous · bibulous · ebriate
    antonyms:
NOUN
inebriates (plural noun)
  1. a drunkard.
    "he was marked down as an inebriate"
    synonyms:
    drinker · heavy drinker · problem drinker · drunk · drunkard · alcoholic ·
    dipsomaniac · alcohol-abuser · alcohol addict · person with a drink problem · tippler · imbiber · sot · toper · inebriate · lush · alky · dipso · soak · tosspot · wino · sponge · barfly · juicehead · hophead · metho
ADJECTIVE
  1. drunk; intoxicated.
    "he had been known to get hopelessly inebriate" ·
    "inebriate times by the Bay"
    synonyms:
    drunk · intoxicated · inebriate · drunken · tipsy · the worse for drink ·
    under the influence · blind drunk · dead drunk · rolling drunk · roaring drunk · as drunk as a lord · as drunk as a skunk · sottish · gin-soaked · tight · merry · the worse for wear · pie-eyed · three sheets to the wind · plastered · smashed · hammered · sloshed · soused · sozzled · well oiled · paralytic · wrecked · wasted · blotto · stewed · pickled · tanked up · soaked · blasted · ratted · off one's face · out of one's head · out of one's skull · legless · bevvied · Brahms and Liszt · half cut · out of it · lashed · bladdered · trolleyed · mullered · slaughtered · well away · squiffy · tiddly · out of one's box · fou · loaded · trashed · out of one's gourd · blitzed · ripped · jacked · turnt · in one's cups · lit up · sotted · foxed · screwed · crapulent · crapulous · bibulous · ebriate
    antonyms:
Origin
late Middle English (as an adjective): from Latin inebriatus, past participle of inebriare ‘intoxicate’ (based on ebrius ‘drunk’).
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he had been known to get hopelessly inebriate.
he was marked down as an inebriate.
inebriate times by the Bay.
I got mildly inebriated.
How to say inebriate in other languages?
Laguages Translations
Arabic إينيبرياتي
Bangla প্রমত্ত
Cantonese (Traditional)
Chinese Simplified
Chinese Traditional
Czech okouzli
Danish beruse
Dutch dronkaard
French enivre
Greek ψαλεί
Hindi नबशी करना
Icelandic óháður öðrum
Indonesian rasukilah
Italian inebriano
Japanese ご退場
Polish upoiło
Portuguese inebriam
Querétaro Otomi emborrachas
Russian курортник
Serbian (Cyrillic) пијаница
Serbian (Latin) pijanica
Spanish emborrachas
Swedish drinkare
Telugu నెబ్రతే
Thai กรอกเหล้า
Urdu متوالا
Yucatec Maya emborrachas
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