Four sheets to the wind. expression decir estar borracho en inglés

  1. Three sheets to the wind: another idiom meaning fairly drunk, not necessarily unable to function but definitely acting strange.
  2. Two sheets to the wind: a variant of the above, perhaps from smaller ships that have fewer ‘sheets’.
  3. Four sheets to the wind: as above, the variation could also be regional/dialectical.
  4. Under full sail: as above but almost exclusively in nautical circles, but can also mean someone who talks a lot or tends to dominate a conversation.

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