parro

Parro vs Parrs - What's the difference?

parro | parrs |


As an adjective parro

is (slang|colloquial|australia) very drunk, intoxicated.

As a noun parrs is

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Parr vs Parro - What's the difference?

parr | parro |


As a noun parr

is young salmon, at a stage between fry and smolt when they feed chiefly on invertebrates but cannot tolerate saltwater.

As an adjective parro is

(slang|colloquial|australia) very drunk, intoxicated.

Parro vs Parry - What's the difference?

parro | parry |


As an adjective parro

is (slang|colloquial|australia) very drunk, intoxicated.

As a proper noun parry is

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Parmo vs Parro - What's the difference?

parmo | parro |


As a noun parmo

is (uk) a north-eastern english snack of deep-fried breaded chicken topped with and cheese.

As an adjective parro is

(slang|colloquial|australia) very drunk, intoxicated.

Pareo vs Parro - What's the difference?

pareo | parro |


As a noun pareo

is (l) (someone with equal or better skill).

As an adjective parro is

(slang|colloquial|australia) very drunk, intoxicated.

Parvo vs Parro - What's the difference?

parvo | parro |


As a noun parvo

is (informal) parvovirus .

As an adjective parro is

(slang|colloquial|australia) very drunk, intoxicated.

Farro vs Parro - What's the difference?

farro | parro |


As a noun farro

is emmer wheat.

As an adjective parro is

(slang|colloquial|australia) very drunk, intoxicated.

Parro vs Pardo - What's the difference?

parro | pardo |


As an adjective parro

is (slang|colloquial|australia) very drunk, intoxicated.

As a noun pardo is

(historical) a former money of account in goa, india.

Parrot vs Parro - What's the difference?

parrot | parro |


As a proper noun parrot

is .

As an adjective parro is

(slang|colloquial|australia) very drunk, intoxicated.

Intoxicated vs Parro - What's the difference?

intoxicated | parro |


As adjectives the difference between intoxicated and parro

is that intoxicated is stupefied by alcohol, drunk while parro is (slang|colloquial|australia) very drunk, intoxicated.

As a verb intoxicated

is (intoxicate).

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