English version

wrecked

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Drink
wreckedwrecked /rekt/ adjective [not before noun] informal  1 British EnglishDFDDRUNK very drunk2 TIREDextremely tired
Examples from the Corpus
wreckedDefying gravity, wrecked buildings leaned drunkenly over the forlorn rubble-filled streets.She could see no wrecked cars, planes, military vehicles.Except, of course, for the lone and level sands of the wrecked economy, which stretch away in all directions.Well like a lot of Leeds fans, I got wrecked last night and then hardly got a wink of sleep.Two-thirds of his fleet was wrecked or missing.It was wrecked, they said.
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