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Julia
05-31-2009, 09:14
Jakiś czas temu znalazłam ciekawy artykuł na temat Ciekawych faktach o językach świata: http://www.ils.org.pl/index.php/Ciekawostki/Ciekawe-fakty-o-jezykach-swiata

Najbardziej zaciekawił mnie punkt 11: Amerykański prezydent Benjamin Franklin zebrał ponad 200 synonimów słowa „pijany” (ang. drunk), włącznie z takimi perełkami jak "cherry-merry", "nimptopsical" i "soaked".

200 synonimów to trochę dużo, mnie udało się znaleźć tylko parę: bashed, boozed up, juiced, groggy, seeing double, tanked, under the influence, under the table.

Ciekawa jestem czy uda nam się znaleźć chociaż 100 :)

agatagrzybowska
05-31-2009, 12:23
Mnie najbardziej podobał się pkt 4. "Tak samo, jak w Stanach Zjednoczonych na początku spotkania pada pytanie „Jak się masz?” (odpowiedź zwykle „dobrze” albo „w porządku”), to w Malezji pytają „Gdzie idziesz?”. Ale przez to, że nie jest to pytanie, a powitanie, to odpowiedź zwykle brzmi „Po prostu spaceruję.”

W Polsce wersja "Po prostu spaceruję" by się raczej nie przyjęła... "Nie twój interes" miała by większe szanse :)

agatagrzybowska
05-31-2009, 12:25
A co do synonimów do drunk, dorzucam stoned :)

BasiaS
05-31-2009, 13:08
znalazłam jeszcze: besotted, blind drunk, blotto, crocked, cockeyed, fuddled, loaded, pie-eyed, sottish, potty, half-seas-over, mellow :)

NoOne3
05-31-2009, 22:33
Nie wiem jak to było za czasów Bena Franklina, ale obecnie "stoned" to raczej naćpany, nie?

W jednej z wersji tekstu do "domu wschodzącego słońca" było:
"And the only time when he's satisfied
Is when he's on a drum"
Gdzie "on a drum" miało oznaczać właśnie pijany (http://karne.pl/pijany.html).
Brytyjskie: "pissed" też ma takie znaczenie.

agatagrzybowska
06-01-2009, 10:22
Nie wiem jak to było za czasów Bena Franklina, ale obecnie "stoned" to raczej naćpany, nie?

Całkiem możliwe.... choć spotkałam się z tłumaczeniem "nawalony", więc może można podciągnąć...:confused:

aina
06-01-2009, 21:42
to ja jeszcze dorzuce: intoxicated, inebriated
i jeszcze parę (za thesaurusem) ;) :
bacchanal, bacchanalian, bacchic, beery, besotted, bibulous, blind drunk, blotto, boozy, carousing, cockeyed, crocked, doped, drugged, drunken, fuddled, half-seas-over, high, hopped-up, loaded, mellow, narcotised, narcotized, orgiastic, pie-eyed, pissed, pixilated, plastered, potty, slopped, sloshed, smashed, soaked, sottish, soused, sozzled, squiffy, stiff, stoned, tiddley, tiddly, tight, tipsy, wet.

bartek
07-04-2009, 12:46
befuddled, flushed, flying, glazed, groggy, high, inebriated, lit, lush, muddled, plastered, stoned, tight, tipsy, under the influence, wasted, bashed, boozed up, buzzed, crocked, feeling no pain, fuddled, juiced, laced, liquored up, potted, seeing double, sloshed, stewed, tanked, three sheets to the wind, totaled, under the table

;)

bartek
07-04-2009, 12:54
i jeszcze kilka z objaśnieniami:

befuddled 1. to confuse, as with glib statements or arguments. 2. to make muddled or stupidly drunk.

bent 1. curved; crooked: a bent back. 2. determined; set; resolved: bent on succeeding. 3. Chiefly Brit. a. corrupt.

besotted 1. to stupefy with drink. 2. to make stupid or foolish, esp. with infatuation.

blacked-out 1. a. To lose consciousness or memory temporarily: blacked out at the podium.

blasted 1. blighted; ruined. 2. damned; confounded. 3. Slang. drunk.

blind 3. not characterized or determined by reason or control:

blind chance. 4. not based on reason or intelligence; absolute and unquestioning: blind faith. 5. lacking all consciousness or awareness: a blind stupor. 6. drunk.

blitzed 6. to attack, defeat, or destroy with or as if with a blitz.

blotto Slang 1. very drunk.

boiled-as-an-owl Slang 1. drunk.

bombed Slang 1. completely intoxicated or drugged; stoned.

buttered (?)

canned 4. Slang. drunk.

clobbered 1. to batter severely; strike heavily. 2. to defeat decisively; drub; trounce. 3. to denounce or criticize vigorously.

cockeyed 2. Slang. a. .off center; tilted or slanted to one side b. foolish; absurd. c. intoxicated; drunk.

crapulous drunk

crocked Slang 1. drunk.

cut 50. Slang. drunk.

destroyed 1. to reduce (a thing) to useless fragments or a useless form, as by smashing or burning; injure beyond repair; demolish 2. to put an end to; extinguish. 3. to kill; slay. 4. to render ineffective or useless; neutralize; invalidate. 5. to defeat completely. dipso Slang 1. a dipsomaniac; habitual drunk.

drunk-as-a-lord (?)

euphoric 1. a strong feeling of happiness, confidence, or well-being, feeling-no-pain, flying 11. without being fastened to a yard, stay, or the like: a sail set flying.
fried 2. Slang.a. drunk; inebriated. b. intoxicated from drugs; high.

giddy 1. affected with vertigo; dizzy. 2. attended with or causing dizziness: a giddy climb. 3. frivolous and lighthearted; impulsive; flighty.

groggy 1. staggering, as from exhaustion or blows. 2. dazed and weakened, as from lack of sleep. 3. Archaic. drunk; intoxicated.

hammered 2. To beat into a shape with or as if with a hammer: hammered out the dents in the fender; hammered out a contract acceptable to both sides. 3. To put together, fasten, or seal, particularly with nails, by hammering. 4. To force upon by constant repetition: hammered the information into the students' heads. v. intr. 1. To deal repeated blows with or as if with a hammer; pummel: " Wind hammered at us violently in gusts " Thor Heyerdahl 2. To undergo beating in the manner of a hammer: My pulse hammered.(?)

high 14. intoxicated or euphoric under the influence of alcohol or narcotics.

hooched-up

hung-one-on 44. Slang. a. to become extremely drunk.

inebriated 1. to make drunk; intoxicate. 2. to exhilarate, confuse, or stupefy mentally or emotionally.

in-one's-cups 19. <in one's cups intoxicated; drunk.

intoxicated 1. to affect temporarily with diminished physical and mental control by means of alcoholic liquor, a drug, or another substance, esp. to excite or stupefy with liquor. 2. to make enthusiastic; elate strongly; exhilarate. 3. Pathol. to poison.

juiced Slang 1. intoxicated; drunk.

legless Australian slang for intoxicated, drunk. (Thank you, Marcus)

liquored-up 5. Informal. to furnish or ply with liquor to drink 6. Informal. to drink large quantities of liquor

loaded 3. (of a word, statement, or argument) charged with emotions or associations that prevent rational or unprejudiced communication. 4. Slang.a. having a great deal of money; rich b. under the influence of alcohol or drugs; intoxicated.

looped 2. Slang.a. drunk; inebriated. b. eccentric; loopy.

mellow 5. pleasantly intoxicated.

obliterated 1. to remove or destroy all traces of. 2. to blot out or render indecipherable; efface.

obliviated 1. the state of being completely forgotten. 2. the state of forgetting or of being oblivious: the oblivion of sleep. out-of-it, passed-out, <pass out to faint.
pickled 2. Slang. drunk; intoxicated.

pie-eyed Slang. drunk; intoxicated.

pissed Slang (vulgar); 1.angry or annoyed; 2.drunk; intoxicated.

plastered Slang. 1. drunk

plowed 14. < plow under. a. to bury under soil by plowing. b. to force out of existence; overwhelm. Also, esp. ;Brit. <plough.

plotzed Slang 1. drunk; intoxicated. 2. exhausted; worn-out.

polluted 1. made unclean or impure; contaminated; tainted. 2. Slang. drunk.

pot-valiant 1. brave only as a result of being drunk.

ripped Slang 1. drunk; intoxicated.2. under the influence of an illicit drug.

roaring 7. very: roaring drunk.

sauced Slang 1. intoxicated; drunk.

shickered 1. Chiefly Australian Slang. intoxicated; drunk. [1910-15; < Yiddish shiker (< Heb shikkor drunk, a drunkard) + - ED 2]

shit-faced Obscene 1. Intoxicated; drunk.

slopped-up 2. to spill liquid upon. 3. to feed slop to (pigs or other livestock). 6. to walk or go through mud, slush, or water. 7. to be unduly effusive; gush (usu. fol. by over).

sloshed 1. Slang. drunk.

smashed 1. Slang. drunk.

snockered (?)

sodden 3. bloated, as the face. 4. torpid or listless.

soused Slang 1 drunk; intoxicated.

sozzled Slang 1. drunk; inebriated.

spaced spaced'-out' adj. Slang 1. dazed or stupefied by narcotic drugs. 2. dreamily or eerily out of touch with reality; disoriented, forgetful, or dazed.

stewed 1. Slang. intoxicated; drunk.

stiff 18. Slang. a. a dead body; corpse.b. a formal or priggish person.c. a poor tipper; tightwad.d. a drunk.
stinking 1. foul-smelling. 2. Slang. very drunk; plastered. 3. contemptible; disgusting. stinko Slang.1. drunk.2. wretched.

stoned 1. drunk. 2. intoxicated or dazed from drugs; high.

swacked tanked Slang 1. Often, <tanked' up'. drunk.

tied-one-on 28. < tie one on Slang. to get drunk.

three-sheets-to-the-wind or three sheets in the wind Informal 1. Intoxicated; drunk. [Middle English shete from Old English sc&para;at(line) sheet (line) from sc&para;ata corner of a sail;

tight 11. Slang. drunk; tipsy.

tipsy 1. slightly intoxicated. 2. caused by intoxication: a tipsy lurch. 3. unsteady; tippy.

toasted 2. a person, event, etc., honored with raised glasses before dinking. 3. an act or instance of thus drinking: to drink a toast to the queen.

tweaked 1. to pinch and pull with a jerk and twist: to tweak someone's ear. 2. to pull or pinch the nose of, esp. gently.

twisted 10. to cause to become mentally or emotionally distorted;

under-the-influence 1. Intoxicated, especially with alcohol.

under-the-table 2. Into a completely intoxicated state: drank themselves under the table.

under-the-weather 13. <under the weather. a. not feeling well; somewhat ill. b. drunk.

wasted 1. useless; unavailing: wasted efforts. 2. physically debilitated; enfeebled: the wasted bodies of the hostages. 3. Slang. overcome by the influence of alcohol or drugs.

wiped-out Slang. 1. completely exhausted.2. intoxicated; high.

woozy 1. stupidly confused; muddled. 2. physically unsettled, as with dizziness, faintness, or slight nausea. 3. drunken.

wrecked 4. a person of ruined health; someone in bad shape physically or mentally.

zoned 15. <zone out Slang. to become inattentive or dazed.

zonked 1. stupefied from or as if from alcohol or drugs; high. 2. exhausted or asleep.

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bartek
07-07-2009, 10:09
i jeszcze kilka:

* Pissed
* Legless
* Bladdered
* F**ked
* Tipsy
* Merry
* Three sheets to the wind
* Blind (with "drunk")
* Pickled
* Leathered
* Buzzed
* Lumga - this one is actually the Haida word for drunk (Haida is a tribe from the northwest coast of Canada)
* Off the wagon - this one means drinking in general, but close enough
* High - as used by Lou Rawls in "Scotch and Soda"
* Trashed
* On a bender
* Hooped
* Looped/loopy
* Gunned
* Pixilated
* Ripped
* Sloshed
* Gone
* Done
* Hammered
* Wasted
* Sauced
* Liquored up
* Boozy
* Happy
* Wrecked
* Stiff
* Intoxicated
* Under the Influence
* Shikker
* Snockered
* 'Faced - along with its profane full-version cousin s**tfaced
* Plastered
* Lit
* Crunk
* Crinked
* Tore Up
* Magoogled
* Inebriated
* Under the Weather
* wobbly
* had a skinful
* on the cuff
* in your cups
* Smashed
* Messed up
* Blasted
* Tight
* Wiggy
* Jazzed
* Spifflicated
* Zonked
* Stoned
* Spiffed
* Toe up
* Loaded
* Soused
* Stinko
* Blotto - from The Simpsons: "My name is Otto, I like to get blotto".
* Stewed
* Tired and emotional - generally used by PR folk
* tanked
* trollied
* bludgeoned by life
* rat-legged
* razzled
* On a campaign
* Merle Haggard I love this one.
* goosed
* howling
* poisoned
* spongy (from Shakespeare's Macbeth)
* guttered
* gassed
* blootered
* miraculous - wha?
* minced
* mingin' - I've always heard this to mean ugly or gross
* welly'd
* mortal
* hingin'
* buckled
* arsed - in England they also use the expanded form "arseholed"
* steamin'
* Bevvied
* Boozed
* Trolleyed (as in trolley, not the eye of a troll) Smashed
* Sloshed
* Wroughted (a personal favourite)
* Half cut (not sure why we only say 'half' but anyway...)
* Paralytic (can be abbreviated to 'para' or 'paz')
* Sauced
* On the sauce
* On the turps (ie turpentine)
* On the piss
* Off your face
* Off your nut
* Off your tree
* Off your trolley
* Maggotted/Maggotty (pronounced maggot-ed, can be abbreviated to 'maggot'- another fave)
* And my all time favourite,
* Boris Yeltsin.
* jaiked up - i'm surprised i forgot this one it's very popular in the west of Scotland
* pished
* mad wi it
* fou/fow/fu (as in 'full-up') - can also relate to food
* stocious
* puggled
* smeekit
* iled up
* scuppered
* miraculous/moroculous

;)

bartek
07-07-2009, 10:13
Ankled (Bristol), Arseholed

Badgered, Banjaxed, Battered, Beered up, Befuggered, Bernard Langered, Bladdered, Blasted, Blathered, Bleezin, Blitzed, Blootered, Blottoed, Bluttered, Boogaloo, Brahms & Liszt, Buckled, Burlin, Buggered

Cabbaged, Chevy Chased, Clobbered, Cunted

Decimated, Dot Cottoned, Druck-steaming, Drunk as a Lord, Drunk as a skunk

Etched

Fecked, Fleemered (Germany), Four to the floor, Fucked, Fucked up.

Gatted, Goosed, Got my beer goggles on, Guttered (Inverness)

Had a couple of shickers, Hammer-blowed, Hammered, Hanging, Having the whirlygigs, Howling

Inebriated, Intoxicated

Jahalered, Jaiked up (West of Scotland), Jan'd - abbrev for Jan Hammered, Jaxied, Jeremied, Jolly

Kaned

Lagged up, Lamped, Langered (Ireland) [also langers, langerated], Laroped, or alt. larrupt, Lashed, Leathered, Legless, Liquored up (South Carolina), Locked, Locked out of your mind (Ireland), Loo la

Mad wey it, Mandoo-ed, Mangled, Manky, Mashed, Meff'd, Merl Haggard, Merry, Minced, Ming-ho, Minging, Moired, Monged, Monkey-full, Mottled, Mullered

Newcastled, Nicely irrigated with horizontal lubricant

Off me pickle, Off me trolley, On a campaign, Out of it, Out yer tree

Paggered, Palintoshed, Paraletic, Peelywally, Peevied, Pickled, Pie-eyed, Pished, Plastered, Poleaxed, Pollatic

Rat arsed, Rat-legged (Stockport), Ratted, Ravaged, Razzled, Reek-ho, Rendered, Rosy glow, Rubbered, Ruined

Shit faced, Saying hello to Mr Armitage, Scattered, Schindlers, Screwed, Scuttered (Dublin), Shedded [as in " My shed has collapsed taking most of the fence with it"], Slaughtered, Sloshed, Smashed, Snatered (Ireland), Snobbled (Wales), Sozzled, Spangled, Spannered, Spiffed, Spongelled, Squiffy, Steamin, Steampigged, Stocious, Stonkin

Tanked, Tashered, Tipsy, Trashed, Trollied, Troubled, Trousered, Twisted

Wankered, Warped, Wasted, Wellied, With the fairies, Wrecked

Zombied

Znajdziecie coś jeszcze?;)

iwonawaw90
05-20-2013, 19:08
i jeszcze kilka z objaśnieniami:

befuddled 1. to confuse, as with glib statements or arguments. 2. to make muddled or stupidly drunk.

bent 1. curved; crooked: a bent back. 2. determined; set; resolved: bent on succeeding. 3. Chiefly Brit. a. corrupt.

besotted 1. to stupefy with drink. 2. to make stupid or foolish, esp. with infatuation.

blacked-out 1. a. To lose consciousness or memory temporarily: blacked out at the podium.

blasted 1. blighted; ruined. 2. damned; confounded. 3. Slang. drunk.

blind 3. not characterized or determined by reason or control:

blind chance. 4. not based on reason or intelligence; absolute and unquestioning: blind faith. 5. lacking all consciousness or awareness: a blind stupor. 6. drunk.

blitzed 6. to attack, defeat, or destroy with or as if with a blitz.

blotto Slang 1. very drunk.

boiled-as-an-owl Slang 1. drunk.

bombed Slang 1. completely intoxicated or drugged; stoned.

buttered (?)

canned 4. Slang. drunk.

clobbered 1. to batter severely; strike heavily. 2. to defeat decisively; drub; trounce. 3. to denounce or criticize vigorously.

cockeyed 2. Slang. a. .off center; tilted or slanted to one side b. foolish; absurd. c. intoxicated; drunk.

crapulous drunk

crocked Slang 1. drunk.

cut 50. Slang. drunk.

destroyed 1. to reduce (a thing) to useless fragments or a useless form, as by smashing or burning; injure beyond repair; demolish 2. to put an end to; extinguish. 3. to kill; slay. 4. to render ineffective or useless; neutralize; invalidate. 5. to defeat completely. dipso Slang 1. a dipsomaniac; habitual drunk.

drunk-as-a-lord (?)

euphoric 1. a strong feeling of happiness, confidence, or well-being, feeling-no-pain, flying 11. without being fastened to a yard, stay, or the like: a sail set flying.
fried 2. Slang.a. drunk; inebriated. b. intoxicated from drugs; high.

giddy 1. affected with vertigo; dizzy. 2. attended with or causing dizziness: a giddy climb. 3. frivolous and lighthearted; impulsive; flighty.

groggy 1. staggering, as from exhaustion or blows. 2. dazed and weakened, as from lack of sleep. 3. Archaic. drunk; intoxicated.

hammered 2. To beat into a shape with or as if with a hammer: hammered out the dents in the fender; hammered out a contract acceptable to both sides. 3. To put together, fasten, or seal, particularly with nails, by hammering. 4. To force upon by constant repetition: hammered the information into the students' heads. v. intr. 1. To deal repeated blows with or as if with a hammer; pummel: " Wind hammered at us violently in gusts " Thor Heyerdahl 2. To undergo beating in the manner of a hammer: My pulse hammered.(?)

high 14. intoxicated or euphoric under the influence of alcohol or narcotics.

hooched-up

hung-one-on 44. Slang. a. to become extremely drunk.

inebriated 1. to make drunk; intoxicate. 2. to exhilarate, confuse, or stupefy mentally or emotionally.

in-one's-cups 19. <in one's cups intoxicated; drunk.

intoxicated 1. to affect temporarily with diminished physical and mental control by means of alcoholic liquor, a drug, or another substance, esp. to excite or stupefy with liquor. 2. to make enthusiastic; elate strongly; exhilarate. 3. Pathol. to poison.

juiced Slang 1. intoxicated; drunk.

legless Australian slang for intoxicated, drunk. (Thank you, Marcus)

liquored-up 5. Informal. to furnish or ply with liquor to drink 6. Informal. to drink large quantities of liquor

loaded 3. (of a word, statement, or argument) charged with emotions or associations that prevent rational or unprejudiced communication. 4. Slang.a. having a great deal of money; rich b. under the influence of alcohol or drugs; intoxicated.

looped 2. Slang.a. drunk; inebriated. b. eccentric; loopy.

mellow 5. pleasantly intoxicated.

obliterated 1. to remove or destroy all traces of. 2. to blot out or render indecipherable; efface.

obliviated 1. the state of being completely forgotten. 2. the state of forgetting or of being oblivious: the oblivion of sleep. out-of-it, passed-out, <pass out to faint.
pickled 2. Slang. drunk; intoxicated.

pie-eyed Slang. drunk; intoxicated.

pissed Slang (vulgar); 1.angry or annoyed; 2.drunk; intoxicated.

plastered Slang. 1. drunk

plowed 14. < plow under. a. to bury under soil by plowing. b. to force out of existence; overwhelm. Also, esp. ;Brit. <plough.

plotzed Slang 1. drunk; intoxicated. 2. exhausted; worn-out.

polluted 1. made unclean or impure; contaminated; tainted. 2. Slang. drunk.

pot-valiant 1. brave only as a result of being drunk.

ripped Slang 1. drunk; intoxicated.2. under the influence of an illicit drug.

roaring 7. very: roaring drunk.

sauced Slang 1. intoxicated; drunk.

shickered 1. Chiefly Australian Slang. intoxicated; drunk. [1910-15; < Yiddish shiker (< Heb shikkor drunk, a drunkard) + - ED 2]

shit-faced Obscene 1. Intoxicated; drunk.

slopped-up 2. to spill liquid upon. 3. to feed slop to (pigs or other livestock). 6. to walk or go through mud, slush, or water. 7. to be unduly effusive; gush (usu. fol. by over).

sloshed 1. Slang. drunk.

smashed 1. Slang. drunk.

snockered (?)

sodden 3. bloated, as the face. 4. torpid or listless.

soused Slang 1 drunk; intoxicated.

sozzled Slang 1. drunk; inebriated.

spaced spaced'-out' adj. Slang 1. dazed or stupefied by narcotic drugs. 2. dreamily or eerily out of touch with reality; disoriented, forgetful, or dazed.

stewed 1. Slang. intoxicated; drunk.

stiff 18. Slang. a. a dead body; corpse.b. a formal or priggish person.c. a poor tipper; tightwad.d. a drunk.
stinking 1. foul-smelling. 2. Slang. very drunk; plastered. 3. contemptible; disgusting. stinko Slang.1. drunk.2. wretched.

stoned 1. drunk. 2. intoxicated or dazed from drugs; high.

swacked tanked Slang 1. Often, <tanked' up'. drunk.

tied-one-on 28. < tie one on Slang. to get drunk.

three-sheets-to-the-wind or three sheets in the wind Informal 1. Intoxicated; drunk. [Middle English shete from Old English sc&para;at(line) sheet (line) from sc&para;ata corner of a sail;

tight 11. Slang. drunk; tipsy.

tipsy 1. slightly intoxicated. 2. caused by intoxication: a tipsy lurch. 3. unsteady; tippy.

toasted 2. a person, event, etc., honored with raised glasses before dinking. 3. an act or instance of thus drinking: to drink a toast to the queen.

tweaked 1. to pinch and pull with a jerk and twist: to tweak someone's ear. 2. to pull or pinch the nose of, esp. gently.

twisted 10. to cause to become mentally or emotionally distorted;

under-the-influence 1. Intoxicated, especially with alcohol.

under-the-table 2. Into a completely intoxicated state: drank themselves under the table.

under-the-weather 13. <under the weather. a. not feeling well; somewhat ill. b. drunk.

wasted 1. useless; unavailing: wasted efforts. 2. physically debilitated; enfeebled: the wasted bodies of the hostages. 3. Slang. overcome by the influence of alcohol or drugs.

wiped-out Slang. 1. completely exhausted.2. intoxicated; high.

woozy 1. stupidly confused; muddled. 2. physically unsettled, as with dizziness, faintness, or slight nausea. 3. drunken.

wrecked 4. a person of ruined health; someone in bad shape physically or mentally.

zoned 15. <zone out Slang. to become inattentive or dazed.

zonked 1. stupefied from or as if from alcohol or drugs; high. 2. exhausted or asleep.

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o wow! niezły zbiór!