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Drunk in Spanish 🇪🇸

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drunk borracho
How to say “drunk” in Spanish? “Borracho”. Here you will learn how to pronounce “borracho” correctly and in the comments below you will be able to get all sorts of advice on drunk in Spanish like tips & tricks to remember it, questions, explanations and more.

Spanish Sentences with the Word “Drunk”

Spanish sentence with “borracho” English translation for borracho S

Ya estás borracha?

You are already drunk?

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Memory trick

When you start pronouning bar like borr, you know you’re borracho.

8 months ago

borracho info.

Tips to remember the word “borracho”:
– Think of it as “borra” (erase) + “cho” (just a suffix here). Picture someone so drunk they might want to “erase” the night’s memories the next day.
– It rhymes with “macho.” Imagine a “macho” man trying to show off but ending up “borracho.”

– “Borracho” is an adjective in Spanish that describes someone who is drunk or intoxicated.

Other words that mean the same thing:
1. Ebrio
2. Beodo
3. Embriagado
4. Alegre (euphemistically, when someone is cheerfully drunk)

Alternate meanings/slang:
– Sometimes “borracho” is used humorously or affectionately to refer to someone who tends to get drunk often, without necessarily being critical.
– “Borrachera” is the noun form referring to the state of being drunk, a binge, or a drinking spree.
– “Borracho” can also refer to an alcoholic when used as a noun.

Examples of sentences using “borracho”:
– “Juan llegó borracho a casa después de la fiesta.” (Juan came home drunk after the party.)
– “No me gusta hablar con él cuando está borracho porque dice cosas sin sentido.” (I don’t like talking to him when he’s drunk because he says things that don’t make sense.)
– “Esa fue la última vez que maneje borracho; aprendí la lección.” (That was the last time I drove drunk; I learned my lesson.)
– “El pastel borracho tiene un sabor único gracias al licor que contiene.” (The “drunken” cake has a unique flavor thanks to the liquor it contains.) – Here, “borracho” is used in a more literal sense to describe a cake soaked in alcohol.

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