Definition of blotto in English:

blotto

Syllabification: blot·to
Pronunciation: /ˈblädō
 
/

adjective

informal
Extremely drunk: we got blotto
More example sentences
  • The last time I saw the Drunk American Girl, she was blotto, in the street outside the Steack Easy, yelling at me to invite her in.
  • I remember that a large number of my contemporaries, including yours truly, would get blotto (you're right, it's a wonderful word Kevin) and sometimes do some truly despicable things.
  • This method enhances the drink's natural thirst-quenching qualities, while not getting you so blotto so fast that you are rendered useless as a caregiver to small children.

Origin

early 20th century: from blot + -o.

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