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

The meaning of "Drunken" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does “My drunken as a Daniel in a lion's den” mean?
A: hazard = problem, "in a lions den" is an idiom for "somewhere you shouldn't be". It's like "My drunk friend where he doesn't belong". It sounds like something really bad is about to happen to Daniel!
Q: What does drunken fool mean?
A: 酔っぱらいで、バカバカしい態度してる人。意味合いは悪くも良くもできます。
Q: What does He had had a drunken row with the girl. mean?
A: Row is a British word for argument/fight. He had a drunken row with the girl means he had a drunken argument/fight.

Synonyms of "Drunken" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between I'm not drunken and I'm not drunk *Native English speakers only please ?
A: If you say "I'm not drunken" it kind of sounds like something a glass of water would say.
Q: What is the difference between The square is filled with drunken people. and The square is full of drunken people. ?
A: They mean the same thing! Either can be used.

Translations of "Drunken"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? drunken
Drunken /ˈdrʌŋkən/
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? drunken
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Other questions about "Drunken"

1. They were drunk.
2. They were drunken.
3. They were a drunken stupor.
4. Drunk driving is forbidden.
5. Drunken driving is forbidden.
6. Don't drink and drive.
7. Drinking and driving is forbidden.

does this sound natural?
A: drunken is more of an adjective that describes objects not people. drunk is for people (i’m drunk, he’s drunk, etc). people normally use drunken to describe nouns like “that was a drunken mistake.”
Q: 1) He got arrested for drunk driving.
2) He got arrested for drunken driving. does this sound natural?
A: The first one sounds better
Q: I'm wasted. or I'm drunken.

When I drink too much, which can say that? does this sound natural?
A: I'm drunk.
I'm wasted.
I'm hammered.
I'm plastered.
Q: Having eaten and drunken to my satisfaction, sitting by a pavilion and taking a fresh breath, it's really a good life. does this sound natural?
A: You understand that life is still good when you eat and drink as much as you please whilst a light breeze is blowing through your hair.
Q: I have drunken more than 100 kinds of SAKE

I'd like to say that " I have a more than 100 experiences drinking different kind of SAKES" "I don't mean to drink them at one time. does this sound natural?
A: A better way of saying that is : 'I have tasted a 100 types of sake'

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