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guzzle

1. To use or consume some resource rapidly or in large quantities. Every time the price of oil rises, people start trading cars that guzzle gas for more fuel-efficient ones. Some app on my phone is guzzling my battery, and I can't figure out which one it is.
2. slang To drink something very quickly, often alcohol. If he's at the bar tonight, that means he's guzzling again. I ended up guzzling my milkshake because it was so good!

guzzled

1. slang Arrested. Well, I had to go down to the police station this morning because your brother got himself guzzled again.
2. slang Drunk. Do you remember last night at the bar at all? You guys were really guzzled!
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guzzled

(ˈgəzlæd)
1. mod. arrested. (Underworld.) Rocko got himself guzzled on a speeding rap.
2. mod. alcohol intoxicated. Todd was too guzzled to drive home.
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Beer will also be moving fast with 18,000 pints and 5,000 beer bottles guzzled as fans cheer on their team.
Guests at the do at the Mocoto restaurant in Knightsbridge, including Scissor Sisters and Take That, guzzled pounds 80,000 worth of canapes, bubbly and Drambuie Libertine cocktails.
Guests at the do at the Mocoto restaurant in Knightsbridge, including Scissor Sisters and Take That, guzzled D120,000 worth of canapes, bubbly and Drambuie Libertine cocktails.
Beer will also be moving fast with 18,000 pints and 5,000 bottles guzzled down as fans cheer on their team.
Brian Reid, 51, guzzled pounds 139 of alcohol including eight bottles of spirits and wine.
"The truth is I can't remember too much about it," is his standard reply to queries about just how many he actually guzzled.
The Scotch Whisky Association revealed that 150 million bottles were guzzled in Spain, up a staggering 20 per cent on the previous year.
A SHERIFF was stunned yesterday when he discovered a boozy thug he was sentencing guzzled 30 bottles of lager and a half bottle of whisky every Friday night.