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Adjective
Under the influence of alcohol or drugs
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“He was hammered after about three drinks and passed out before the party got going.”
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(of metal) Shaped by hammering, typically so as to give the surface a dimpled texture
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Having been worked or prepared somehow
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Past tense for strike or knock at or on something violently with one's hand or with a hammer or other object
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“Yappyfox, the red fox who so proudly hammered on his cymbal for the previous nine hours, takes the stage and begins a classic instrumental song.”
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Past tense for to form or forge with a hammer
“Toe plates are then cut from sheet metal, and pieces of iron are hammered and twisted into shape to form soles and heels.”
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Past tense for inculcate something forcefully or repeatedly
“If Democrats don't soon begin to strongly support serious movement to renewable energy sources - including hammering the idea in the corporate media - then Republicans may do just that.”
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Past tense for attack or criticize forcefully and relentlessly
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“Health professionals are mobilising to condemn the government, propose major structural reforms, and hammer the ineffectual minister.”
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Past tense for utterly defeat in a game or contest
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“In previous years you might have a slip-up and get badly beaten by Kilkenny - well, everybody thought they were going to hammer us anyway.”
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(hammer away) Past tense for to persevere with a task or endeavor
“I will continue to hammer away until I achieve my goals.”
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Past tense for make a point strongly
“They hammered it into me that I had not become a bad goalkeeper.”
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Past tense for to beat or throb with a strong regular rhythm
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Past tense for to make an unusually great effort
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Past tense for make or shape by cutting a hard material such as wood
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Past tense for to move somewhere in a slow and steady way
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Past tense for stutter in speech
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Past tense for to fasten with a nail or nails
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Past tense for to affix or impress a pattern or mark on a surface, object, document, or figuratively in one's mind
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