“state or habit of being intoxicated,” 1580s, from French ébriété, from Latin ebrietatem (nominative ebrietas) “drunknenness,” from ebrius “drunk, full, sated with drink,” of unknown origin. The opposite of sobriety. Related: Ebrious.
[ee-broh; Spanish e-vraw] /ˈi broʊ; Spanish ˈɛ vrɔ/ noun 1. a river flowing SE from N Spain to the Mediterranean. About 470 miles (755 km) long. /ˈiːbrəʊ; Spanish ˈeβro/ noun 1. the second largest river in Spain, rising in the Cantabrian Mountains and flowing southeast to the Mediterranean. Length: 910 km (565 miles)
passage, one of the stations of the Israelites in their wanderings (Num. 33:34, 35). It was near Ezion-geber.
external-beam radiation therapy
1. . abbreviation 1. electronic braking system east by south emergency broadcast system