Adjective: smashed smasht
Verb: smash smash
- Very drunk
"I had travelling money and got smashed in the bar downstairs";
- besotted [archaic], blind drunk, blotto, crocked [N. Amer], cockeyed, fuddled, loaded [N. Amer], pie-eyed, pixilated, plastered, slopped, sloshed, soaked, soused, sozzled, stiff, tight, wet, pickled, legless [Brit], blitzed, trashed, hammered, stinko, wasted, stonkered [Austral, NZ], mullered [Brit], trolleyed [Brit], paralytic [Brit], out of it [Brit], bombed, fried [N. Amer], tanked up, juiced [N. Amer], bladdered [Brit], liquored up [N. Amer], swacked [N. Amer], steaming, three sheets to the wind, stewed, blootered [UK, dialect], bevvied [Brit], drunk, pixillated, half-seas-over [Brit]
- Break into pieces, as by striking or knocking over
"Smash a plate";
- Hit hard
"He smashed a 3-run homer";
- nail, boom, blast
- Reduce to bankruptcy
"The slump in the financial markets smashed him";
- bankrupt, ruin, break
- Hit violently
"She smashed her car against the guard rail"
- Humiliate or depress completely
"The death of her son smashed her";
- crush, demolish
- Damage or destroy as if by violence
"The teenager smashed the car of his mother";
- bang up, smash up
- Hit (a tennis ball) in a powerful overhead stroke
- Collide or strike violently and suddenly
"The motorcycle smashed into the guard rail"
- Overthrow or destroy (something considered evil or harmful)
"The police smashed the drug ring after they were tipped off"
- Break suddenly into pieces, as from a violent blow
"The window smashed"
See also: drunk, inebriate, inebriated, intoxicated
Type of: abase, break, chagrin, clash, collide, come apart, damage, demolish, destroy, fall apart, hit, humble, humiliate, impoverish, mortify, separate, spifflicate, spiflicate, split up, strike
Encyclopedia: Smashed Smash