Definitions

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • noun obsolete See borachio.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • If it's your friend who is drunk, you'd probably just say está tomado or está borracho.

    Weekend drinking

  • Shorten está borracho to ta borracho and you have a fun nickname for someone named Octavio.

    Weekend drinking

  • Shorten está borracho to ta borracho and you have a fun nickname for someone named Octavio.

    Weekend drinking

  • If it's your friend who is drunk, you'd probably just say está tomado or está borracho.

    Weekend drinking

  • If it's your friend who is drunk, you'd probably just say está tomado or está borracho.

    Weekend drinking

  • If it's your friend who is drunk, you'd probably just say está tomado or está borracho.

    Weekend drinking

  • Shorten está borracho to ta borracho and you have a fun nickname for someone named Octavio.

    Weekend drinking

  • If it's your friend who is drunk, you'd probably just say está tomado or está borracho.

    Weekend drinking

  • Shorten está borracho to ta borracho and you have a fun nickname for someone named Octavio.

    Weekend drinking

  • Shorten está borracho to ta borracho and you have a fun nickname for someone named Octavio.

    Weekend drinking

Comments

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  • spanish equivalent of Intoxicated, plastered, lit up, drunk.

    August 13, 2009