Plotzed



[plotst] /plɒtst/

adjective, Slang.
1.
drunk; intoxicated.
2.
exhausted; worn out.
[plots] /plɒts/
verb (used without object), Slang.
1.
to collapse or faint, as from surprise, excitement, or exhaustion.
verb

to fall apart or down from a strong emotion, such as frustration or annoyance
Word Origin

Yiddish. platsen

adjective

Drunk: even smashed as you were, friend, plotzed out of your wits

[1962+; probably fr Yiddish plotzen, German platzen, ”burst, split,” reflecting the same notion of violent destruction as smashed, bombed, etc]

verb

To burst with emotion, frustration, anger, etc: She’s so stoked she could plotz

Related Terms

plotzed (1967+)

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