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voll
voll
Posted by: Bruce
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In standard German, the adj. "voll" means "full"; the slang meaning is "plastered/canned" as adj. and "very" ("voll gut" = "very good") as adv.
Die Diskussion war voll interessant.
Another frequently used meaning of this term would be 'drunk' or 'wasted'. e.g. 'Der is doch wieder total voll!' - 'That guy got himself totally wasted again'. Also see 'Sternhagelvoll', 'voll wie ein Eimer' - both meaning someone is extremely drunk. Comment by: A   
OR to Be intoxicated from alcohol. Du warst schne voll gestern Abend. Comment by: Kirsten   
Although VOLL as adv. is being overly used, mostly by teenagers, the same way the word LIKE is being, like, voll raped, you know?! Comment by: blablubb   
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vollpinseln
vollpinseln, vollspritzen, abspritzen, eincremen, anmalen, bebuttern
Posted by: cesta
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#1: facial cumshot #2: to lie; to tell crap
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vorglühen
vorglühen
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to get loaded before a party
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