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antifreeze

1. A substance that is used to keep liquid from freezing, typically in an internal-combustion engine. You could really damage your engine if you don't use antifreeze, you know.
2. slang Alcohol. A: "Shouldn't all those fans in the stadium be shivering?" B: "Eh, they've probably had enough antifreeze at this point that they barely notice the cold—and maybe the game too."

antifreezed

slang Drunk. "Antifreeze" is sometimes used as a slang term for alcohol. Do you remember last night at the bar at all? You were really antifreezed!
See also: antifreeze

antifreeze

n. liquor; any legal or illegal alcohol. With enough antifreeze, I can stand the cold.

antifreezed

mod. alcohol intoxicated. He appears to be frozen even though he’s antifreezed.
See also: antifreeze
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