borrachos is the plural form of borracho and roughly translates to drunk.


1. (intoxicated) 
a. drunk 
Es ilegal conducir borracho.It's illegal to drive drunk.
2. (feeling) 
a. drunk 
Estaba borracho de éxito tras su ascenso.He was drunk with success after his promotion.
masculine or feminine noun
3. (person) 
a. drunk 
Botaron al borracho de la barra.They threw the drunk out of the bar.
b. drunkard 
Lo conocen como el borracho del pueblo.He's known as the town drunkard.
1. (ebrio) 
a. drunk 
2. (emocionado) 
borracho dedrunk o intoxicated with
3. (persona) 
a. drunk 
4. (bizcocho) 
a. ≃ rum baba 
b. sponge cake soaked in alcohol 
borrachoa borracha
1 [+persona]
está borracho he's drunk; es muy borracho he's a drunkard; he's a heavy drinker
estar borracho como una cuba to be plastered (familiar); be blind drunk (familiar)
2 (poseído) drunk; blind;de with
3 (Culin) [+bizcocho] tipsy soaked in liqueur o spirit; (soaked in liqueur o spirit) [+fruta] marinated
4 (de color) violet
es un negocio borracho
drunkard; drunk
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