banjaxed
• meaning drunk or stoned. eg "I feel really banjaxed". From the word 'banjax' = meaning to smash or destroy.

Londonisms dictionary. 2014.

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  • banjaxed — [“baend3aekst] 1. mod. demolished; ruined. □ My car is totally banjaxed. What a mess! □ Everything I worked for is now banjaxed. 2. mod. alcohol intoxicated. □ She just sat there and got banjaxed. □ …   Dictionary of American slang and colloquial expressions

  • banjaxed — adjective /ˈbæn.dʒækst/ a) Broken, ruined, shattered; confounded. Then it got banjaxed, at a supper party to which he brought me. b) Tired, sleepy, cream crackered. Lindsay again waxes approving over Ballard’s hymn to the banjaxed landscape of… …   Wiktionary

  • banjaxed — I Everyday English Slang in Ireland (a) broken, no good II Irish Slang broken, useless, tired …   English dialects glossary

  • banjaxed — adj Irish defeated, overcome or overwhelmed. A humorous term from the early 20th cen tury, often used ruefully by husbands floored or humiliated in a domestic dis pute. This Irish word, probably formed by association with banged , bashed and… …   Contemporary slang

  • banjaxed — v. incapacitate, limit ability, disable; stymie, damage or break something (Irish use) …   English contemporary dictionary

  • banjaxed — Adj. 1. Ruined, defeated. Originally Anglo Irish use, popularized by the UK radio/TV presenter Terry Wogan with his book of the same name. 2. Drunk, by extension of meaning 1 …   English slang and colloquialisms

  • banjaxed — /ˈbændʒækst/ (say banjakst) Colloquial –verb 1. past participle of banjax. –adjective 2. not in working order; broken. 3. intoxicated …   Australian English dictionary

  • Hiberno-English — (also known as Irish English[1]) is the dialect of English written and spoken in Ireland (Hibernia).[2] English was first brought to Ireland during the Norman invasion of the late 12th century. Initially it was mainly spoken in an area known as… …   Wikipedia

  • banjoed — adj British a. hopelessly drunk or under the influ ence of drugs. A jocular invention, per haps influenced by banjaxed and sometimes heard among students and schoolchildren in the 1970s and the 1980s. ► ...stupid how they strut, smoking Wood… …   Contemporary slang

  • banjo'd, banjoed — adj British a. hopelessly drunk or under the influ ence of drugs. A jocular invention, per haps influenced by banjaxed and sometimes heard among students and schoolchildren in the 1970s and the 1980s. ► ...stupid how they strut, smoking Wood… …   Contemporary slang

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