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belted

Intoxicated, either by drugs or alcohol. Do you remember last night at the bar at all? You were totally belted! A: "Are those guys totally belted?" B: "Probably, they reek of weed."
See also: belt

belted

mod. alcohol or drug intoxicated. We were belted out of our minds.
See also: belt
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Predictions of AIS3+ Thoracic Risks for Belted Occupants in Full-Engagement, Real-World Frontal Impacts: Sensitivity to Various Theoretical Risk Curves," SAE Technical Paper 2003-01-1355, 2003, doi:10.
The report says nearly 300 lives per year would be saved if all car occupants belted up.
2 : to hit hard <The batter belted the ball over the fence.
Many rental cars have automatic safety belts, so don't be lulled by the whizz of the shoulder harness--make sure you're totally belted in.