Definition of wrecked in English:

wrecked

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Pronunciation: /rɛkt
 
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adjective

1Having been wrecked: an old wrecked barge a wrecked marriage
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  • In front of the police station near my hotel I counted 34 wrecked cars at the side of the road and from the abundant rust it was clear some had been there for at least half a dozen years.
  • You'd think parts from wrecked Australian cars would be the cheapest option for smash repairs.
  • Peter and Sarah tried to follow him, but found only his wrecked car.
2British informal Very drunk: they got wrecked on tequila
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  • I don't drink often, because I end up totally wrecked, with a horrible hangover the next day.
  • We are looking for someone who can share a good conversation, not somebody who is just going to get wrecked.
  • We need to change this way of thinking and bring back the idea that a pleasant night at the pub can be a time for a few drinks and a chat, not a reason to get totally wrecked.
3 informal Exhausted.
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  • I'm wrecked, haven't eaten in two days, and want my mommy.
  • And when you go do that you're so wrecked that you can't skate for a week.
  • I was trying to gee them up but I was wrecked after playing just 15 minutes which just emphasised for me the effort everybody had put in.

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