- 1. AND tanked up mod. alcohol intoxicated.□ She was too tanked to drive.□ That old codger is really tanked.2. mod. defeated; outscored.□ The team was tanked again—20-17.□ I just knew we’d get tanked today.3. mod. dead.□ My cat got hit by a truck and is totally tanked.
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tanked up — (informal) Having drunk a large amount of alcohol • • • Main Entry: ↑tank * * * tanked up UK [ˌtæŋkt ˈʌp] US [tæŋkt ˈʌp] adjective british very informal extremely drunk Thesaurus: drunk … Useful english dictionary
tanked up — BrE [tæŋkt] adj tanked AmE [not before noun] informal drunk ▪ He went down the pub and got tanked up … Dictionary of contemporary English
tanked — ☆ tanked [taŋkt ] adj. Informal drunk: also tanked up … English World dictionary
tanked — [ tæŋkt ] adjective AMERICAN VERY INFORMAL extremely drunk … Usage of the words and phrases in modern English
tanked — Doing very poorly. That new movie just tanked at the box office. How did you do on the test? Oh man, I just Tanked … Dictionary of american slang
tanked-up — adj drunk. A common term since the turn of the 20th century; the shorter form is more recent. Tank up evokes the filling of a container or fuelling of a vehicle and parallels such expressions as loaded and canned. ► Man, she was, like, totally… … Contemporary slang
tanked — [[t]tæ̱ŋkt[/t]] ADJ GRADED: usu v link ADJ If someone is tanked, or in British English tanked up, they are drunk. [INFORMAL] … English dictionary
tanked up — also tanked, AmE adjective (not before noun) slang drunk: Jim gets really funny when he s tanked … Longman dictionary of contemporary English
tanked — /tangkt/, adj. 1. put or stored in a tank. 2. Also, tanked up. Slang. drunk. [1895 1900; TANK + ED2] * * * … Universalium
tanked — adj Drunk, intoxicated. Lloyd was so tanked he tied his shoes together and fell off the balcony. 1960s … Historical dictionary of American slang