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    What are some Dominican expressions for being drunk? Ranging from a little tipsy to hammered. Also, what is the most common way of saying you are hungover.

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    Mira mi pana, tu 'tá ajumao (drunk)

    Ofrézcome! esta resaca (hungover) me tiene tumbao

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    Quote Originally Posted by xamaicano
    What are some Dominican expressions for being drunk? Ranging from a little tipsy to hammered. Also, what is the most common way of saying you are hungover.

    drunk - boracho; caliente

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    My friends say 'carousella' (don't know how to spell it correctly) when they mean that somebody is drunk.

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    Ajumao - Tipsy (with a little buzz)
    Prendio - On fire (very drunk)
    Encendio - Same as above
    Borracho - Drunk
    Mas borracho que una cuba - Drunker than a motha...
    Ma borracho quei diablo - Same as above (slang - Cibao area)
    Darse un jumo - To get drunk
    Emborracharse - Same as above
    Resacao - Hung over

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    The girls feel "nice" (said in English).

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    Quote Originally Posted by suarezn
    Ajumao - Tipsy (with a little buzz)
    Prendio - On fire (very drunk)
    Encendio - Same as above
    Borracho - Drunk
    Mas borracho que una cuba - Drunker than a motha...
    Ma borracho quei diablo - Same as above (slang - Cibao area)
    Darse un jumo - To get drunk
    Emborracharse - Same as above
    Resacao - Hung over
    "estoy happy"
    "estoy nitido" (or nitida for a woman)
    "estoy caliente"
    "estoy medio calenton" (almost drunk but not there yet.)
    "ajumao"
    "en alto chupe"
    "pasado de tragos"

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    We also say "suape".
    Like "Que maldito suape tenia yo anoche."

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