intoxicate

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Englisch - Türkisch
(Tıp) zehirlemek
sarhoş etmek
sarhoş et
zehirle
{f} (Tıp) zehirlemek
{f} keyif vermek
{f} mest etmek
{f} kendinden geçirmek
intoxicated
{s} sarhoş

Tom sarhoş gibi görünüyor. - Tom seems intoxicated.

Her ikisi de sarhoştu. - Both were intoxicated.

intoxication
{i} sarhoşluk
intoxicated
alkollü

Tom alkollü görünüyordu. - Tom appeared intoxicated.

intoxicating
alkollü
intoxicated
mest

Titremelerden sonraki sıcaklık bizi mest etti. - The warmth after the chills intoxicated us.

intoxicated
mest olmak
intoxication
alkol zehirlenmesi
intoxicating
sarhoş edici

Bu şarap çok sarhoş edici. - This wine's very intoxicating.

fuddle, inebriate, intoxicate
Sarhoş, sarhoş sersemlik
intoxicated
kendinden geçmiş
intoxicating
(sıfat) alkollü
intoxication
(Tıp) Toksik maddenin vücutta meydana getirdiği patolojik durum, zehirlenem
intoxication
{i} mest olma
intoxication
{i} (Tıp) zehirlenme
intoxication
(Tıp) Aşırı alkol alımının sebep olduğu bazı zihni ve psişik bozukluklar, istemli kaslar arasındaki düzenli çalışmanınbozulması ile belirgin geçici durum, akut alkol zehrilenmesi
intoxication
{i} sarhoş olma
Englisch - Englisch
To stupefy by doping with chemical substances such as alcohol
to make drunk
{f} cause to become intoxicated; alter one's mental or physical state usually as a result of ingesting some substance; cause to become drunk; drug; poison; excite
have an intoxicating effect on, of a drug
Intoxicated

Tom is going to be very intoxicated by 2:30. - Tom will be very intoxicated by 2:30.

Tom told Mary that he didn't think John was intoxicated. - Tom told Mary that he thought John wasn't intoxicated.

To excite to a transport of enthusiasm, frenzy, or madness; to elate unduly or excessively
have an intoxicating effect on, of a drug make drunk (with alcoholic drinks)
fill with high spirits; fill with optimism; "Music can uplift your spirits"
To poison; to drug
Overexcited, as with joy or grief
To make drunk; to inebriate; to excite or to stupefy by strong drink or by a narcotic substance
make drunk (with alcoholic drinks)
intoxicated
Stupefied by alcohol, drunk
intoxicated
Stupefied by any chemical substance
intoxicated
Simple past tense and past participle of intoxicate
intoxicating
Very exciting and stimulating, especially as if by alcohol or some stimulant
intoxicating
Able to intoxicate; an intoxicant
intoxicating
Present participle of intoxicate
intoxication
A high excitement of mind; an elation which rises to enthusiasm, frenzy, or madness
to intoxicate
inebriate
To intoxicate
distemper
To intoxicate
fuddle
intoxicated
Someone who is intoxicated is drunk. He appeared intoxicated, police said
intoxicated
If you are intoxicated by or with something such as a feeling or an event, you are so excited by it that you find it hard to think clearly and sensibly. They seem to have become intoxicated by their success
intoxicated
stupefied or excited by a chemical substance (especially alcohol); "a noisy crowd of intoxicated sailors"; "helplessly inebriated"
intoxicated
as if under the influence of alcohol; "felt intoxicated by her success"; "drunk with excitement
intoxicated
drunk
intoxicated
ratted
intoxicated
past of intoxicate
intoxicated
squiffed
intoxicated
{s} drunk, inebriated, drugged; poisoned; frenzied
intoxicated
besotted
intoxicated
screwed
intoxicates
third-person singular of intoxicate
intoxicating
{s} causing intoxication, causing drunkenness, inebriating; poisonous; exciting
intoxicating
Producing intoxication; fitted to intoxicate; as, intoxicating liquors
intoxicating
extremely exciting as if by alcohol or a narcotic
intoxicating
If you describe something as intoxicating, you mean that it makes you feel a strong sense of excitement or happiness. the intoxicating fragrance of lilies
intoxicating
able to intoxicate
intoxicating
Intoxicating drink contains alcohol and can make you drunk. intoxicating liquor
intoxication
to make drunk with alcohol, drugs or other substances When using intoxication to describe an effect of a substance on the body (the pathology of a substance) intoxication also means poison or to poison someone
intoxication
over indulgence in alcoholic beverages
intoxication
excitement and elation beyond the bounds of sobriety; "the intoxication of wealth and power"
intoxication
the physiological state produced by a poison or other toxic substance
intoxication
Intoxication is the state of being drunk. Intoxication interferes with memory and thinking, speech and coordination
intoxication
Being under the influence of, and responding to, the acute effects of a psychoactive drug Intoxication typically includes feelings of pleasure, altered emotional responsiveness, altered perception, and impaired judgment and performance
intoxication
Ingestion of preformed toxins subsequently resulting in illness
intoxication
The state of being intoxicated or drunk; inebriation; ebriety; drunkenness; the act of intoxicating or making drunk
intoxication
a temporary state resulting from excessive consumption of alcohol
intoxication
Term comprehends situation where, by reason of drinking intoxicants, an individual does not have the normal use of his physical or mental faculties, thus rendering him incapable of acting in the manner in which an ordinarily prudent and cautious man, in full possession of his faculties, using reasonable care, would act under like conditions
intoxication
Pliny (xvi 20) tells us this word is derived from taxa, a species of bay-tree used for poisoning arrows Hence the Greek toxon (a bow and arrows), and toxicon (rank poison)
intoxication
state of poisoning
intoxication
The state produced by ingestion of a poisonous (toxic) substance
intoxication
Literally, a state of being poisoned or drugged; a condition produced by use (abuse) of toxic drugs, alcohol, barbiturates, and so forth
intoxication
You use intoxication to refer to a quality that something has that makes you feel very excited. the intoxication of greed and success
intoxication
The adverse physiological effects of an organism consuming a toxic material
intoxication
A poisoning, as by a spirituous or a narcotic substance
intoxication
{i} inebriation, drunkenness; altering of one's mental or physical state usually as a result of ingesting some substance; of euphoria, exhilaration; poisoning
intoxication
Poisoning
intoxication
excitement and elation beyond the bounds of sobriety; "the intoxication of wealth and power
intoxication
- Recognized as a limited defense Differentiated between voluntary and involuntary intoxication For voluntary only in cases of severe intoxication IN cases of involuntary i e where someone takes drugs in combination that produce unintentional intoxication
intoxicate
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