- Adj. Very drunk.
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rat-arsed — ratˈ arsed adjective (vulgar sl) Drunk • • • Main Entry: ↑rat * * * rat arsed UK [ˈrætɑː(r)st] US [ˈrætɑrst] adjective british very informal very drunk Thesaurus: drunk … Useful english dictionary
rat-arsed — adj BrE informal extremely drunk … Dictionary of contemporary English
rat-arsed — adj drunk. The terms rat arsed, rat faced and the milder ratted enjoyed a vogue among adolescents and young adults (particularly those from middle and upper class backgrounds) from the mid 1980s. Terms employing rat as a prefix evoking disgust… … Contemporary slang
rat-arsed — adjective Extremely drunk. I got completely rat arsed last night, and ended up tied naked to a lamp post. Im not going to do that again … Wiktionary
rat-arsed — British, very informal, American, very informal very drunk. They came home completely rat arsed … New idioms dictionary
rat arsed — Meaning Drunk. Origin Recent origin, probably 1980s. Sometimes shortened to ratted … Meaning and origin of phrases
Rat arsed — Yet another term for drunk, sloshed or plastered. You might say loaded. In the UK, loaded is a men s magazine that covers sex and football … The American's guide to speaking British
rat-arsed — • drunk. Normally prefixed with totally … Londonisms dictionary
rat-arsed — adjective Brit. vulgar slang very drunk … English new terms dictionary
rat-arsed — adjective BrE slang extremely drunk … Longman dictionary of contemporary English