from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Slang Intoxicated; drunk.
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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of tank.
- adj. drunk
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At every turn, Palin tanked when responding to the majority of the Media's inquiries – either coming across as illiterate, backwater or racist throughout her campaign and even beyond.
The reason Heroes tanked is because they creatively blew their wad in season one.
I so remember that product, and how the name tanked it when the AIDS crisis hit … and how the product made some kids in high school titter. o_O
Economic sentiment in Germany has tanked, which isn't doing its exchange traded fund (ETF) any favors.
President Obama had a chance in his first months in office to take U.S. policy back to its original, legally correct and diplomatically effective position regarding Israeli settlement activity -- but he "tanked" on this in his June 2009 Cairo speech.
Mining and natural resources commodities have tanked, meaning that natural gas, oil, and minerals have all been contracted by shedding jobs.
It is WAY too early to be talking about how Obama has "tanked".
Highly ranked typoed as 'tanked' the first time schools, but they can't teach everything.
To top if all off, inker #1 then unsubscribed from the list in a huff, asking Chuck to post his final goodbye, where he essentially ripped into me and nobody else, claiming I was the one who "tanked" the list for him in fact, claiming this was the third time I'd done so, on a mailing list I barely read!
Farm, which is owned by the Gauteng provincial government, and infrastructure such as tanked water and chemical toilets would be provided.
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