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trembling in Cheap cil's Bender

Italian translation: ubriacarsi

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English term or phrase:to go on a bender
Italian translation:ubriacarsi
Entered by: Andreina Baiano
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15:25 May 21, 2003
English to Italian translations [Non-PRO]
Art/Literary
English term or phrase: trembling in Cheap cil's Bender
un gruppo di ragazzi ed una ragazza is trembling in Cheap Cil's bender:
Cheap Cil é il soprannome di un loro amico
stefano_79
bevuta/bicchierata
Explanation:
This term can mean a drinking spree or an excessive bout of drinking, but more recently also inclusive of a drug taking spree; a heavy drinking session.

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Note added at 2003-05-23 23:04:37 (GMT)
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To go on a bender = ubriacarsi

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Note added at 2003-05-23 23:06:41 (GMT)
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Martha - a chaotic polydrug user
... I just got so down. I went into town and lifted a purse from some women; it had fifty pounds in it. I went on a bender, drinking for days. ...
www.lifeline.org.uk/lifeline/martha.html

12 Mar 2003 - Fiji Time. Arrived in Fiji last Saturday, promptly went on a bender
that laid me up for a day and a half. You really can\'t trust those English. ...
mooreds.deardiary.net/

... Next day Britney was not a happy girl so she went on a bender downing pints and grabbing all of Christina\'s current single (the instantly forgettable \'Come On ...
www.evilchog.co.uk/britney.htm

Eric Peters on Drunk Driving on National Review Online -
... Just because we went on a bender in the past doesn\'t mean neo-Prohibitionism is the answer today. Reasonable people favor reasonable laws. ...
www.nationalreview.com/comment/ comment-peters122702.asp
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Andreina Baiano
Italy
Local time: 14:22
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bevuta/bicchierata


Explanation:
This term can mean a drinking spree or an excessive bout of drinking, but more recently also inclusive of a drug taking spree; a heavy drinking session.

--------------------------------------------------
Note added at 2003-05-23 23:04:37 (GMT)
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To go on a bender = ubriacarsi

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Note added at 2003-05-23 23:06:41 (GMT)
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Martha - a chaotic polydrug user
... I just got so down. I went into town and lifted a purse from some women; it had fifty pounds in it. I went on a bender, drinking for days. ...
www.lifeline.org.uk/lifeline/martha.html

12 Mar 2003 - Fiji Time. Arrived in Fiji last Saturday, promptly went on a bender
that laid me up for a day and a half. You really can\'t trust those English. ...
mooreds.deardiary.net/

... Next day Britney was not a happy girl so she went on a bender downing pints and grabbing all of Christina\'s current single (the instantly forgettable \'Come On ...
www.evilchog.co.uk/britney.htm

Eric Peters on Drunk Driving on National Review Online -
... Just because we went on a bender in the past doesn\'t mean neo-Prohibitionism is the answer today. Reasonable people favor reasonable laws. ...
www.nationalreview.com/comment/ comment-peters122702.asp

Andreina Baiano
Italy
Local time: 14:22
Native speaker of: Italian
PRO pts in pair: 1083
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