Definition of zonked in English:

zonked

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Pronunciation: /zɒŋkt
 
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adjective

informal
1Under the influence of drugs or alcohol: the others got zonked on acid
More example sentences
  • My boss is going to be so happy when I show up white-faced, zonked on medication, and with pain lines in my face!
  • The Bloor syncs up The Wizard of Oz to Pink Floyd's Dark Side of the Moon in what has become a cult favourite for zonked hippies.
  • LCD is a one-man entertainment troupe that suggests a zonked universe where Brian Eno, Steve Albini and Giorgio Moroder are soul brothers.
1.1Exhausted; tired out: we hit the sack, zonked out
More example sentences
  • The three of us are spending almost all of our time zonked out in bed.
  • It was the first time I noticed that Jay was looking more tired and zonked than I figured I did.
  • Sean sprawled out across the rear seat right after their meal; he was still zonked.

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