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trolleyed

Line breaks: trol|leyed
Pronunciation: /ˈtrɒlid
 
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(also trollied)

Definition of trolleyed in English:

adjective

British informal
Extremely drunk: they decided to get really trolleyed to celebrate
More example sentences
  • Still, tis Xmas and the season to get trollied and be skint.
  • Some of the kids got completely trollied every weekend!
  • Beautiful rooms, an eye-wateringly gorgeous view over the boats and out to sea, a balcony to sit out and watch the sea crash against the harbour wall and a bar which got us trollied on champagne cocktails.

Origin

1990s: compare with off one's trolley at trolley.

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