Translation of sober in Spanish:
- 1 (not drunk) I am perfectly soberwe'll talk about it when you're soberestoy perfectamente sobrio or despejadolo hablaremos cuando estés sobrio or cuando se te haya pasado la borrachera or cuando te hayas despejadoExample sentences
- Drunk or sober, he was driven by a manic energy and impatience that made him a difficult friend and an almost impossible husband and father.
- I got my bearings reasonably quickly, though, despite spending more time drunk than sober in the city centre.
- Trust me, I've been around a few drunks and being sober and standing there trying to understand what they are saying is hard enough.
- 2 2.1 (serious, grave)(expression)(occasion)2.2 (rational, moderate) the sober factslos hechos tal cual sonExample sentences2.3 (subdued)
- The coverage was serious, it was sober, it was comprehensive, and the press really seemed in tune with the surge of patriotism in the country.
- Instead, such a point should be one for sober and serious analysis of how we can address some of our key weaknesses and lay the foundations for future growth.
- Their manifesto is sensible and sober, identifying issues that concern real people…
- Trouser suits and sober colours probably describe me best.
- Kennedy, dressed in a sober grey suit, blushed as the press urged him to kiss his wife on the lips.
- ‘I think I look a bit silly,’ he said as he surveyed the more sober colours surrounding the entrance to the County Stand.
- 1verb + adverb 1.1 (drunk person)come back when you've sobered up
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