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    drunk vs drunks

    Hi! Are the following sentences both possible, but with different meanings?
    1)We are drunk. = We have drunk too much.
    2)We are drunks.= We drink too much, in general. It is a bad habit that we have.

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    Re: drunk vs drunks

    Yes.

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    Re: drunk vs drunks

    They're only possible with different meanings IMO.

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