Εγγραφή Greek
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1.
To be very, very drunk. Contrary to the guy before me, the word 'mortal' is also used in the North-East of England (ie: Newcastle and Sunderland)
Last night, I was proper mortal!!!!
από MichaelToTheJ 6 Ιούνιος 2007
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2.
to be extremely drunk
<(to be mortal:)>

I was fucking mortal last night!
από AO'CB 14 Μάιος 2008
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3.
Not immortal. A mortal is someone or something that can die off through natural or unnatural selection.
Is there life after this mortal coil is shed?
από larstait 29 Οκτώβριος 2003
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4.
To get so incredibly drunk you only escape your mortality from alcoholic poisoning by pure luck. Probably originating somewhere north uk (or another country altogether). This term is usually used prior to going out drinking, and is followed by a failed effort or pretence of being incredibly drunk.
"I'm gonna get mortal tonight! So lock up your daughters/sons/animals/other"
από sarcasmqueen 11 Ιανουάριος 2014
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5.
1. a downer, upsetting, depressing

2. uncool
1. Bob: "man, my girl left me last night."
Stu: "damn, son. that's mortal."

2. Bob: "yo, george is so awesome!"
Stu: "what are you on about? that dude's fuckin' mortal."
από |david| 9 Σεπτέμβριος 2006
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6.
To be very, very drunk. This term is used almost exclusively in the west of Scotland.
I went oot last night and I was pure mortal, man!
από Lambchops 23 Νοέμβριος 2004
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