Translation of lubricate in Spanish:


lubricar, v.

Pronunciation /ˈluːbrɪkeɪt//ˈlubrəˌkeɪt/

transitive verb

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    a few drinks will lubricate his tongue unas copas le soltarán la lengua informal
    • Everyone, except me, was lubricated with alcohol - so they were slightly distorted.
    • Bands of roving youths, lubricated by alcohol, went about town making merry, making noise, and sometimes making trouble.
    • The night continues, lubricated by alcohol, until it starts getting late and people start to leave.
    • He is taken to a magnificent banquet, lubricated by the choicest alcohol, three glasses at a time.
    • The brokers, lubricated by champagne, chuckle.
    • Despite being lubricated with free alcohol following the setpiece, staff left the Q & A less informed than when they began.
    • Moved by the ceremony and lubricated by Chardonnay, the women are in a vulnerable state.
    • Painfully shy (unless lubricated with alcohol), agoraphobic and intensely private, the outline of his life is, for the most part, a list of publications.
    • I was merely lubricated and relaxed, not drunk by any means.