blitzed[´blitst] adj sl пиян, къркан, нафиркан.

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  • blitzed — [ blıtst ] adjective INFORMAL drunk …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • blitzed — adjective : subjected to blitz * * * /blitst/, adj. Slang. 1. drunk or stoned. 2. extremely tired. Also, blitzed out /blitst owt /. [BLITZ + ED2] * * * blitzed adjective (slang) Highly intoxicated by drink or drugs • • • …   Useful english dictionary

  • blitzed — /blitst/, adj. Slang. 1. drunk or stoned. 2. extremely tired. Also, blitzed out /blitst owt /. [BLITZ + ED2] * * * …   Universalium

  • blitzed — adj Drunk, intoxicated. He was so blitzed he couldn t find his shoes. 1950s …   Historical dictionary of American slang

  • blitzed — adj very drunk or stoned. The usage ulti mately derives from the German Blitz (lightning) and Krieg (war). ► Jesus, she was completely blitzed, abso lutely out of her head. (Recorded, photographer, London, 1989) …   Contemporary slang

  • blitzed —    drunk    The victim is devastated, as was England during the German Blitz:     Miller has no health or weight problems and furthermore plans to get blitzed on February 1. (Daily Telegraph, 10 January 1995 he had foresworn alcohol during… …   How not to say what you mean: A dictionary of euphemisms

  • blitzed (out) — [blitst...] mod. alcohol or drug intoxicated. □ To say she is blitzed out is putting it mildly! □ I want to go out and get totally blitzed. I’ll show her who’s in charge! …   Dictionary of American slang and colloquial expressions

  • blitzed — adjective Date: 1966 slang intoxicated by drugs or alcohol ; drunk, high …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • blitzed — adjective Completely inebriated …   Wiktionary

  • blitzed — blɪts n. bombardment, swift massive offensive, onslaught n. bombardment, swift massive offensive, onslaught v. attack swiftly and suddenly, violently attack, rapidly bombard …   English contemporary dictionary

  • Blitzed — clearly have their origins in wartime …   Scottish slang

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