brahms and liszt

I
Australian Slang
pissed (drunk)
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Cockney Rhyming Slang
Pissed (drunk)
He's well Brahms and Liszt , don't give him any more to drink.

English dialects glossary. 2013.

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  • Brahms and Liszt — /brämz ənd list/ (slang) adjective Drunk ORIGIN: Rhyming slang for pissed * * * Brahms and Liszt 7 [ˌbrɑːmz ən(d) ˈlɪst] [ˌbrɑːmz ən(d) ˈlɪst] adjective (BrE …   Useful english dictionary

  • Brahms and Liszt — adjective Pissed, drunk …   Wiktionary

  • Brahms and Liszt — pissed (drunk) …   Dictionary of Australian slang

  • Brahms and Liszt — adj British drunk. Rhyming slang for pissed. A fairly popular cockney term since the 1930s which was given wider currency by its use in television comedies of the early 1970s …   Contemporary slang

  • Brahms (and Liszt) — adj British drunk. Rhyming slang for pissed. A fairly popular cockney term since the 1930s which was given wider currency by its use in television comedies of the early 1970s …   Contemporary slang

  • Brahms and Liszt — • Rhyming Slang for pissed (drunk), used in it s full form …   Londonisms dictionary

  • Brahms and Liszt — adjective Brit. informal drunk. Origin 1930s: rhyming sl. for pissed …   English new terms dictionary

  • brahms (and liszt) — Adj. Drunk, intoxicated with alcohol. Rhyming slang on pissed . See pissed …   English slang and colloquialisms

  • Brahms — adj drunk (rhyming slang: Brahms and Liszt pissed) …   Dictionary of Australian slang

  • brahms — Australian Slang adj drunk (rhyming slang: Brahms and Liszt pissed) …   English dialects glossary

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