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pissed Line breaks: pissed

Definition of pissed in English:

adjective

vulgar slang
1 (also pissed up) British Drunk.
Example sentences
  • It was a pub full of pissed-up male students and they wanted the clown.
  • These are not the pissed-up £1-a-pint type of students you find staggering around most British city centres.
  • Here's a sign I (far left), along with some mates, found on a recent pissed-up weekend in Leeds.
2 (pissed off) (North American also pissed) Very annoyed.
Example sentences
  • But it's better to be pissed-off because of things which have happened, than to be pissed off because I'm not well.
  • Four messages on the answering machine, ranging in tone from: irritated, threatening, pissed-off, and fuck you.
  • I hate that I am the poster boy for the pissed-off and disgruntled.

Phrases

(as) pissed as a newt (or fart)

1
British vulgar slang Very drunk.
Example sentences
  • A breath test revealed that he was also as pissed as a newt - his PCA not that far from his speed, at 0.155, more than three times the legal limit.

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