hangover


hangover
hangover (n.) also hang-over, 1894, "a survival, a thing left over from before," from HANG (Cf. hang) (v.) + OVER (Cf. over). Meaning "after-effect of drinking too much" is first attested 1904, on notion of something left over from the night before.

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  • hangover — [n] result of heavy drinking aftereffect, big head*, delirium tremens, drunkenness, DTs*, headache, morning after*, shakes*, under the weather*, willies*, withdrawal; concept 316 Ant. sobriety …   New thesaurus

  • hangover — ► NOUN 1) a severe headache or other after effects caused by drinking an excess of alcohol. 2) a thing that has survived from the past …   English terms dictionary

  • hangover — ☆ hangover [haŋ′ō΄vər ] n. 1. something remaining from a previous time or state; a survival 2. headache, nausea, etc. as an aftereffect of drinking much alcoholic liquor …   English World dictionary

  • Hangover — For other uses, see Hangover (disambiguation) Hangover Classification and external resources The Hangover (portrait of Suzanne Valadon, by Toulouse Lautrec) …   Wikipedia

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  • hangover — hang|o|ver [ˈhæŋəuvə US ouvər] n 1.) a pain in your head and a feeling of sickness that you get the day after you have drunk too much alcohol ▪ I had a terrible hangover the next day. 2.) a hangover from sth something from the past that still… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • hangover — [[t]hæ̱ŋoʊvə(r)[/t]] hangovers 1) N COUNT If someone wakes up with a hangover, they feel sick and have a headache because they have drunk a lot of alcohol the night before. 2) N COUNT: with supp, usu N from n Something that is a hangover from the …   English dictionary