1. (state of intoxication) 
In his drunkenness, the old man mooned a bus full of school children.En su borrachera, el viejito le enseñó el trasero a un autobús lleno de niños.
b. la embriaguez (F) (formal) 
Juliana was arrested for public drunkenness.Juliana fue detenida por embriaguez pública.
2. (alcohol addiction) 
Hal's family staged an intervention to deal with his drunkenness.La familia de Hal hizo una intervención para lidiar con su alcoholismo.
drunkenness [ˈdrʌŋkənnɪs]
(state) borrachera (f); embriaguez (f) (formal); (habit, problem) alcoholismo (m);
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