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American English: /ˈpaɪ ˌaɪd/

Translation of pie-eyed in Spanish:


  • [colloquial]
    como una cuba [colloquial]
    Example sentences
    • After the night of drunken crime and pie-eyed vandalism that ravaged the country on St Patrick's day, plans are afoot to move the date of the festival for next year's celebration.
    • But two others are second-time novelists, although even the most pie-eyed punter would hardly call either a favourite.
    • And in the length of time it took for us to smoke a cigarette, he'd become completely pie-eyed.

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