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Definition of hung-over in English:

adjective

Suffering from a hangover after drinking alcohol: ‘You look distinctly hung-over.’
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  • I was so tired that I slept through everything, and woke up late in the afternoon, refreshed, if not a little hung-over.
  • You are constantly jet-lagged, knackered or hung-over.
  • Nine years ago, whilst hung-over, I fell in the shower - just like an old lady.

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