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Translation of emborrachar in English:

verbo transitivo

  • (persona)
    to get … drunk
    to make … drunk

also: emborracharse verbo pronominal

  • to get drunk
    decidió emborracharse para ahogar sus penas
    she decided to drown her sorrows in drink
Example sentences
  • Y te emborrachas con los amigos.
  • Antes me emborraché solo, entrando de un botiquín a otro.
  • Puros cuentos dicen con tal de emborrachar la perdiz.

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