trashed

[ trasht ]
/ træʃt /

adjective Slang.

intoxicated; drunk.

Origin of trashed

1925–30, for an earlier sense; trash + -ed2

Related forms

un·trashed, adjective

Definition for trashed (2 of 2)

trash

[ trash ]
/ træʃ /

noun


verb (used with object)

Origin of trash

1325–75; Middle English trasches (plural), apparently cognate with Norwegian trask rubbish; akin to Old English trus brushwood, Old Norse tros rubbish
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British Dictionary definitions for trashed (1 of 3)

trashed

/ (træʃt) /

adjective

informal drunk

British Dictionary definitions for trashed (2 of 3)

trash

1
/ (træʃ) /

noun


verb

to remove the outer leaves and branches from (growing plants, esp sugar cane)
slang to attack or destroy (someone or something) wilfully or maliciously

Derived Forms

trashery, noun

Word Origin for trash

C16: of obscure origin; perhaps related to Norwegian trask

British Dictionary definitions for trashed (3 of 3)

trash

2
/ (træʃ) archaic /

verb

(tr) to restrain with or as if with a lead

noun

a lead for a dog

Word Origin for trash

C17: perhaps from obsolete French tracier to track, trace 1
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