Definitions

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • n. 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

  • The bottles have been painted red to lure a specific pest known among the farm employees as el borracho , or the drunk, an insect that proves a nightmare for coffee growers.

    A Coffee Break in Guatemala

  • You can make them with black beans, borracho beans, even no beans if you prefer.

    Molletes with homemade bolillos | Homesick Texan

  • Give me a big, steaming bowl of charra beans, borracho beans or even plain, porky pinto beans and I will be delighted.

    Archive 2008-11-01

  • One borracho insults the lady matador, goads her to do something, anything, to prove she belongs in the ring.

    The Lady Matador’s Hotel

  • The band members took the money, thanked him profusely, packed up and promptly left the hotel without playing another note and, no doubt commenting among themselves as to the unusually generous propina they had received from the borracho foreigners.

    Reducing time in lines to pay utility bills

  • And finally, "Eres un borracho," which I believe says, "You ` re a drunk."

    CNN Transcript May 16, 2006

  • ‘He — he — he!’ said the Rabbi, ‘he only appeared as Janus once — una vez quando estuvo borracho; which means —’

    Lavengro

  • With that he unscrewed his borracho (which was a great Dutch leathern bottle), and without putting in his nose drank very honestly.

    Five books of the lives, heroic deeds and sayings of Gargantua and his son Pantagruel

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

    August 13, 2009