Traducción de booze en Español:

booze

bebida, n.

Pronunciación /buːz//buz/

nombre

coloquial

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    bebida femenino
    trago masculino América Latina coloquial
    she's been on the booze again ha estado dándole a la bebida otra vez coloquial
    • Look, after a night out on the booze, I'm sure we all know how hard it can be to get up in the morning.
    • I have always had a very rocky relationship with booze and used to drink a fair bit every evening.
    • I've cut down on the booze to the point where I go days without a tipple.
    • A hangover should be the least of men's worries after a night on the booze, according to new research.
    • It is a unique perspective and one the majority of their booze quaffing customers probably could not conceive.
    • And of course the extra booze drunk during festivities can quickly cause a gut to expand.
    • While we were never stupid about it, most of that side certainly liked going out on the booze.
    • There was also tea on offer for 60 cents a person, as well as a variety of juices, pops and booze.
    • If you do have an early start, take it easy the night before, especially on the booze.
    • They do have lager there—there's a big bottled beer stall of foreign booze.
    • A huge crowd from the good old days turned up to support her and drink the free booze.
    • Every time I have ever met this girl I have been drunk on booze by the end of the night.
    • Food was eaten, booze was drunk, gifts were given and pictures were taken.
    • We are not really giving these to the deity, because Mahakala doesn't eat meat and drink booze.
    • I know this in the same way I know I should exercise more and cut down on the booze.
    • Similarly, beer and soft drink cans, booze bottles and empty jars can all be recycled.
    • We had food, wine, booze, a cute bartender, and an excellent mix of people and music.
    • There were dozens of empty booze bottles and beer cans lying around on the beach and on the walkway.
    • At least the club is starting at the right point—by focussing on the booze drinking issue.
    • They were drinking my booze, stealing my ladies and just kind of smirking.

verbo intransitivo

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    empinar el codo coloquial
    beber
    to go out boozing salir de juerga coloquial