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pissed
American English: /pɪst/
British English: /pɪst/

Translation of pissed in Spanish:

adjective

[slang]
  • 1 (US) (fed up)
    cabreado [colloquial]
    to be pissed
    estar cabreado [colloquial]
    estar encabronado (Spain) (Mexico) [vulgar]
    estar choreado (Chile) [colloquial]
    I'm really pissed at her
    estoy cabreado con ella [colloquial]
    me tiene harto [colloquial]
    me tiene podrido (Río de la Plata) [colloquial]
    Example sentences
    • It was a pub full of pissed-up male students and they wanted the clown.
    • These are not the pissed-up £1-a-pint type of students you find staggering around most British city centres.
    • Here's a sign I (far left), along with some mates, found on a recent pissed-up weekend in Leeds.
    Example sentences
    • But it's better to be pissed-off because of things which have happened, than to be pissed off because I'm not well.
    • Four messages on the answering machine, ranging in tone from: irritated, threatening, pissed-off, and fuck you.
    • I hate that I am the poster boy for the pissed-off and disgruntled.
  • 2 (drunk) (British)
    mamado [colloquial] (in some regions vulgar)
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