Definition of munted in English:

munted

adjective

NZ
informal
  • 1In a state of disastrous disintegration; broken or ruined.

    ‘work to remove the munted footbridge—an icon of the Canterbury earthquakes—is to begin this week’
    ‘with government departments buying overpriced rubbish, no wonder the budget is all munted’
    • ‘I found this cool bolt tucked away in some piles of stones—all nicely rusted and munted.’
    • ‘I was pleased by the lack of alarm bells and a munted doorway as I shot up the stairs into my smoky lounge.’
    • ‘Their homes may have been battered, bruised, and in many instances completely munted, but they are committed to rebuilding their homes and their lives.’
    • ‘My dress was properly admired, but unfortunately the castle cake came out looking rather munted.’
    • ‘My insoles had been compressed, and the soles of my shoes were munted.’
    • ‘The tables are covered in an array of candlesticks, key rings, and munted megaphones: partially formed objects from the sculptor's workshop.’
    • ‘I am of grumpy because my ankle is still munted—aching, swollen, and looking suspiciously like it might have been installed backwards.’
    • ‘Much of the ground looks like wasteland, well and truly munted.’
    • ‘He was holding a pizza box and had a curiously eager expression on his face like a munted troll doll.’
    • ‘They are very lucky—the car was pretty munted.’
    1. 1.1 Drunk.
      ‘they have constant issues with drivers turning up munted’
      • ‘Maybe you don't want to go to a bar and hang out with munted people.’
      • ‘Can't run a revolution when the bros are munted.’
      • ‘She said that next morning she found the pilot slumped on a chair looking munted.’
      • ‘We were too munted from the party the previous night to do much but lie around.’
      • ‘Neither the mother nor the father had any idea where their nine-year-old was while he was getting munted at the skate park.’
      • ‘It was gloriously hot, and I was munted.’
      • ‘That song was on repeat for about an hour—maybe we were just munted enough by then.’
      • ‘People are happy just to come and get munted on my munificent hospitality.’
      • ‘In that video it was even more obvious he was munted on something.’
      • ‘What kind of munted bogan could record a song like that?’
      intoxicated, inebriated, drunken, befuddled, incapable, tipsy, the worse for drink, under the influence, maudlin
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Origin

1990s: of unknown origin.

Pronunciation

munted

/ˈmʌntɪd/