Translation of drunken in Spanish:


borracho, adj.

Pronunciation /ˈdrəŋkən/ /ˈdrʌŋk(ə)n/

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    (person/mob) borracho
    (orgy/brawl) de borrachos
    drunken driver conductor en estado de embriaguez formal
    • in a drunken stupor en un sopor etílico
    • Their warning comes as the Government has announced a crackdown on binge drinking and drunken anti-social behaviour.
    • Will longer drinking hours mean more drunken violence and alcohol-fuelled bad behaviour?
    • It happened one night when he returned from a family party in a drunken stupor, brandishing a shotgun and threatening to kill his wife and child.
    • Pauline went on to say that others, in a drunken stupor, regularly use the estate as a toilet and not just for urinating.
    • Police found him at the flat, almost naked and in a drunken stupor.
    • It feels strange watching him, now that I know many times that drunken slur was faked.
    • It was then that she noticed that his voice was completely clear of any drunken slur.
    • For some reason I wasn't charged but several other players were asked to pay their huge hotel bar bills after a night of drunken debauchery.
    • The spectacle that is the weekly toga party can only be described as complete drunken debauchery.
    • If it's a holiday of drunken debauchery you want, this is not your dream destination.
    • When he got around to telling about his drunken speech, Theresa saw her next opening.
    • I am supposed to be writing a drunken blog post but I'm not drunk.
    • Even the poignantly romantic In the Still of the Night comes a little oddly at the end of a second act filled with allegations of drunken debauchery.
    • Alex's voice, though not yet slurred, was obviously beginning to take on a drunken edge.
    • Not only was Paul frightened of his father's drunken wrath, all the children were.
    • Her mother shot and killed her alcoholic father in self-defence during a drunken argument in front of their daughter.
    • I explained that it was his father, my husband, on one of his drunken rampages.
    • Ama went through the door of her house still in enough of a drunken daze to forget that her father was not the kind to let her get to her room before unloading on her.
    • Before that, he regularly witnessed his father beat his mother in fits of drunken rage.
    • They flee the dacha when the father is shot by Mikhail in a drunken misunderstanding.
    • Cola said a blitz on drunken drivers over a seven-hour period resulted in 17 arrests.
    • Shopkeepers in Walmgate complained that their parade of stores had become a meeting place for street drinkers and drunken youths.
    • That's the view of Stephen Higson, the father-of-two who was attacked in Bootham at the weekend by a gang of drunken youths.
    • The locals like to socialise, but even at the weekend you won't see gangs of drunken youths swarming through the streets.
    • Underage drunken youths are a menace to the serenity of The Green, Castledermot.
    • Random acts of violence are commonplace, as are crowds of drunken youths egging on our two brave protagonists.
    • Plans are under way to revamp a children's play area which was vandalised by drunken youths over Christmas.
    • One drunken youth, egged on by a male pal, approaches the Crimewatch team.
    • A gang of drunken youths smashed up the area's community centre with beer and whisky bottles.
    • Police are aware of drunken youths gathering at the site in the evening and are urging the public to help.
    • Ms Birtwistle said the area was plagued by drunken youths during the evening and at weekends.
    • Police were called out when a group of drunken youths went on a midnight rampage.
    • In another scene, the Tamil girl is harassed by a drunken local youth and seeks refuge in the local temple.
    • The male uniform gave a brief report, including gestures at the drunken youths, Nathalie and the dead man.
    • This was a case where a drunken driver ran over a drunken pedestrian.
    • One night, I observed a group of drunken men waiting half an hour for the red lights to appear.
    • I wasn't really the type of girl to socialise at a party full of drunken idiots and girls with hardly any clothes on.
    • In the streets, the place was full of drunken people, and it didn't look at all safe.
    • Taxi drivers at the mercy of drunken passengers on late-night runs sometimes admit to keeping a large spanner under their seat.
    • But the drunken trio fled when up to 20 Clifton youths answered a cry for help on a mobile phone.
    • It was the ‘nightmare’ of her life with her drunken father that made her seek refuge in make-believe.
    • A high proportion of women who marry drunks also had drunken fathers.
    • Kathy is too angry and resentful to care and Josh has gradually come to grow indifferent toward his drunken distant father.
    • His drunken father, who barely knows him, just wanted a free plane ride from the military.
    • Then she stood and shoved her drunken father with all the strength she could manage.
    • This is the story of a boy growing up with a drunken father and a philandering mother.
    • Of course, it never occurred to the landlord he was in actual fact selling the drinks to this drunken monstrosity.