Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Drunk"

The meaning of "Drunk" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does You've drunk the Kool-Aid mean?
A: 意思就是,比如说,你和同事相信你们的公司会有成功。因为是你的公司,你当然想相信这种故事。别人可能不相信。他们可能会说 you've drunk the kool-aid, 意思就是你们上自己的当,因为故事很好听。这个说法来自 Jonestown Massacre
Q: What does she's drunk mean?
A: She has had too much alcohol to drink.

Embriagada?
Q: What does You took me down. drunk off of that love. mean?
A: It means you were "high" in love. Like when you drink too much. But maybe she/he broke your heart so you went "down".
Q: What does cheap drunk mean?
A: someone who gets drunk easily

Example sentences using "Drunk"

Q: Please show me example sentences with drunk.
A: She was so drunk she could not walk in a straight line.
Q: Please show me example sentences with
1. drunk
2. drunken .
A:
Thank you for replying.
1. They became drunk.
2. They became drunken stupor.
Q: Please show me example sentences with drunk.
A: I was drunk yesterday.

Synonyms of "Drunk" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between drunk and inebriated ?
A: There is no difference but "drunk" is a more informal way of expressing the same idea.
Q: What is the difference between "I've never drunk before" and "I've never drank before" ?
A: Drunk is correct. Drank is incorrect.
Q: What is the difference between "He's drunk." and "He's drank." ?
A: You can't say "He's drank". It doesn't make sense.
He's drunk" (He is drunk) means he drank too much alcohol.
"He drank" is past tense for "He drinks".
His drink - "his" - belongs to him
Drink - noun - like brandy or wine or cola
Q: What is the difference between drunk and drunken ?
A: 'Drunk' can be a noun or a verb
Noun: The drunk collapsed in a heap.
Verb: Have you drunk the brandy yet?
Adverb: He was drunk again last night.
Adjective: What shall we do with the drunken sailor?

Q: What is the difference between "drunk" and "drunken" ?
A: I am DRUNK.
I got DRUNK last night.
We are all DRUNK.

A DRUNKEN man came stumbling down the street.
You are a DRUNKEN fool.

INCORRECT, WRONG, NO:
**I am DRUNKEN.
**We all got DRUNKEN last night.

You can always use "drunk" to replace "drunken." "drunken" can only be used as an adjective with a noun ("drunken man"), NEVER after "to be" (**I am drunken** is WRONG)

Translations of "Drunk"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? i’m drunk
A: I’m drunk / estoy de pedo
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? drunk
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? a little drunk
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? drunk
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Other questions about "Drunk"

Q: Please show me how to pronounce I'm a little drunk on you.
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Q: Please show me how to pronounce drunk.
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Q: drunk by/with/from ... ?
A: drunk by [the drinker]
drunk from [the container]
drunk with [the companion]
drunk on [the beverage]

Jessica got drunk on vodka last night. (= vodka made her drunk)
Jessica got drunk with Bill last night. (= Bill was a companion)
The vodka got drunk straight from the bottle. (= the bottle was the container)
The vodka got drunk by Jessica and Bill. (= Jessica and Bill were the drinkers)
Q: she's drunk does this sound natural?
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Q: Drunk driving is very dangerous, and this is a very irresponsible behavior. Every year, many people die in drunk driving, so we have to understand this. does this sound natural?
A: Drunk driving is very dangerous, and very irresponsible behavior. Every year, many people die from drunk driving, so we have to understand this. Sounds more natural☺️

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