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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parro

English

Adjective

  • (slang, colloquial, Australia) Very drunk, intoxicated.
  • I was so parro that I pissed in the sink.
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  • , title="**Justice for Martin Bryant....Public Inquiry needed on Prt Arthur**" , group=soc.culture.australian , author=Damian Parish , date=April 25 , year=2000 , passage=I've made better web pages when I've been parro . citation
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  • , title=Asian drivers , group=aus.cars , author=Dan , date=August 19 , year=2003 , passage=Just like being completely parro but without touching any booze. citation

    parrs

    English

    Noun

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