How to say “I’m Drunk” and “I’m Hungover” in 20 Languages

At some point in your travels, you will probably find yourself slightly over beveraged. It is easy to do. You’ve had a busy day site seeing, traveling, being adventurous, meeting new people etc. At the end of one of these long days, nothing is more refreshing than a cold alcoholic beverage. More often than not, one will turn into one too many. Prepare yourself by learning how to say I’m drunk and I’m hungover in these languages.

 

Language I’m drunk I have a hangover
French Je suis bouré(e) J’ai une geule de bois
German Ich bin betrunken  Ich habe ein Katzenjammer
Spanish Estoy borracho (borracha) Estoy cruda
Portuguese  Eu estou bêbedo (bebeda)  Eu estou com ressaca 
Chinese 我喝醉 (wo he zui)  我宿醉头疼 (wo suzui touteng) 
Norwegian  Jeg er full Jeg har en bakrus
Thai ฉันเมา (C̄hạn meā) เมาค้าง (Meā kĥāng)
Dutch Ik ben dronken Ik heb een kater
Japanese 酔っぱらい (yopparai)  二日酔い (futsukayoi)
Korean 나는 술에 취해있어 (naneun sul-e chwihae iss-eo0 나는 숙취가 (naneun sugchwi ga)
Indonesian Saya mabuk Saya sangat terbalik
Greek Είμαι μεθυσμένος (Eímai methysménos) Έχω ένα πονοκέφαλο (Écho̱ éna ponokéfalo)
Turkish Ben sarhoş değilim Ben bir kalıntı var
Italian Io sono ubriaco (ubriaca)  Ho una sbornia 
Russian Я пьян (ya pyan)  У меня есть похмелье (U menya yest’ pokhmel’ye0
Hebrew

אני שיכור

יש לי הנגאובר

Czech Jsem opilý Mám kocovinu
Swahili Mimi ni mlevi Mimi na hangover
Afrikaans Ek is dronk  Ek het ‘n babelas
Vietnamese  tôi say em uống rất nhiều hôm qua

 

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