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Adjective: smashed  smasht
Usage: informal
  1. Very drunk
    "I had travelling money and got smashed in the bar downstairs";
    - besotted [archaic], blind drunk [informal], blotto [informal], crocked [N. Amer, informal], cockeyed [informal], fuddled [informal], loaded [N. Amer, informal], pie-eyed [informal], pissed [Brit, informal], pixilated [informal], plastered [informal], sloshed [informal], soaked [informal], soused [informal], sozzled [informal], stiff [informal], tight [informal], wet [informal], lit up [slang], trolleyed [Brit, informal], mullered [Brit, informal], legless [Brit, informal], trollied [Brit, informal], bladdered [Brit, informal], screwed [informal], paralytic [Brit], stonkered [Austral, NZ, informal], fried [N. Amer, informal], swacked [N. Amer, informal], stinko [informal], hammered [informal], trashed [informal], pickled [informal], wasted [informal], stewed [informal], liquored up [N. Amer], tanked up [informal], steaming [informal], juiced [N. Amer, informal], out of it [Brit, informal], blitzed [informal], three sheets to the wind [informal], blootered [UK, dialect], bombed [informal], off one's face [Brit, informal], wrecked [Brit, informal], bevvied [Brit, informal], drunk, pixillated, half-seas-over [Brit, informal]
Verb: smash  smash
  1. Break into pieces, as by striking or knocking over
    "Smash a plate";
    - dash
  2. Hit with great force
    "He smashed a 3-run homer";
    - nail, boom, blast
  3. Reduce to bankruptcy
    "The slump in the financial markets smashed him";
    - bankrupt, ruin, break
  4. Hit violently
    "She smashed her car against the guard rail"
  5. Humiliate or depress completely
    "The death of her son smashed her";
    - crush
  6. Damage or destroy as if by violence
    "The teenager smashed the car of his mother";
    - bang up [informal], smash up
  7. Hit (a tennis ball) in a powerful overhead stroke
  8. Collide or strike violently and suddenly
    "The motorcycle smashed into the guard rail"
  9. Overthrow or destroy (something considered evil or harmful)
    "The police smashed the drug ring after they were tipped off"
  10. Break suddenly into pieces, as from a violent blow
    "The window smashed"

See also: drunk, gone, inebriate, inebriated, intoxicated, ripped [informal], skunked [informal]

Type of: abase, break, chagrin, clash, collide, come apart, damage, demolish, destroy, fall apart, hit, humble, humiliate, impoverish, mortify, separate, spifflicate [Brit, informal], spiflicate [Brit, informal], split up, strike

Encyclopedia: Smashed

Smash, David