wrecked

  • 1Wrecked — Episodio de Buffy the Vampire Slayer Título Náufraga (España) Arruinada (América Latina) Identificador 6ABB10 Episodio nº 10 …

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  • 2wrecked — [ rekt ] adjective 1. ) very badly damaged or destroyed: a wrecked car/ship/building a wrecked career/marriage 2. ) INFORMAL extremely tired 3. ) INFORMAL very drunk …

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  • 3wrecked — (rĕkt) adj. Slang Drunk or intoxicated. * * * …

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  • 4wrecked — [rekt] adj [not before noun] informal 1.) BrE very drunk 2.) extremely tired …

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  • 5wrecked — ► ADJECTIVE informal 1) exhausted. 2) drunk …

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  • 6Wrecked — Infobox Album | Name = Wrecked Type = Album Artist = PIG Released =July 24 1996 Recorded =Ranch Apocalypse, London Genre = Industrial Length =58:17; 56:59 for American release Label = Invitation Records Producer =Raymond Watts Reviews = *Allmusic …

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  • 7Wrecked — Wreck Wreck, v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Wrecked}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Wrecking}.] [1913 Webster] 1. To destroy, disable, or seriously damage, as a vessel, by driving it against the shore or on rocks, by causing it to become unseaworthy, to founder, or the …

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  • 8wrecked — UK [rekt] / US adjective 1) very badly damaged or destroyed a wrecked car/ship/building a wrecked career/marriage 2) informal extremely tired 3) informal very drunk …

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  • 9wrecked — mod. alcohol or drug intoxicated. □ Four beers and I was wrecked. □ Larry was far too wrecked to drive …

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  • 10wrecked — adjective destroyed in an accident a wrecked ship a highway full of wrecked cars • Similar to: ↑destroyed …

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  • 11wrecked —    drunk or under the influence of illegal narcotics    The way you may feel and look:     They were half blitzed, but both Dolly and Dilford were totally wrecked. (Wambaugh, 1983) …

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  • 12wrecked — adjective a) destroyed in an accident etc b) drunk …

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  • 13wrecked — Synonyms and related words: aground, ausgespielt, bankrupt, blasted, blighted, botched, broken, castaway, desolated, destroyed, devastated, done for, done in, down and out, fallen, finished, foundered, gone to pot, grounded, high and dry, in… …

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  • 14wrecked — I Canadian Slang Someone who is very drunk, or very high on illegal drugs. II Everyday English Slang in Ireland (a) tired: a gaelic filler until you send something in! III Irish Slang tired …

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  • 15wrecked — (Roget s IV) modif. Syn. demolished, destroyed, broken, knocked to pieces, ruined, smashed, shipwrecked, stranded, beached, grounded, scuttled, capsized, out of order, blown to bits, junked, dismantled, shattered, on the rocks*, gone to pot*,… …

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  • 16wrecked — adj Drunk, intoxicated. Felix came in about 2 AM totallywrecked. 1960s …

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  • 17wrecked — adj intoxicated by drink or drugs. A coinage which parallels such dramatic usages as smashed, bombed, blitzed, destroyed, etc …

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  • 18wrecked — rekt adj. ruined, destroyed; devastated; shattered (e.g. one s hopes); sunken (e.g. of a ship); stranded, beached rek n. destruction; ruins, debris, remains; junk; nervous person; sunken ship; debris washed ashore v. ruin, destroy; devastate;… …

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  • 19wrecked — adjective informal 1》 exhausted. 2》 Brit. informal very drunk …

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  • 20wrecked — adjective (not before noun) informal 1 BrE very drunk 2 extremely tired …

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