Definition of over-refreshed in English:

over-refreshed

adjective

British
humorous
  • Drunk.

    • ‘By midnight, shirts, inhibitions and the contents of many stomachs have been shed on the main drag and pavement couches have begun to beckon to the over-refreshed.’
    • ‘Incidentally, our most lucrative time seems to be weekend mornings, when we find change presumably dropped by the over-refreshed the night before!’
    • ‘In those days, Fraser tried desperately for the Hitchenensesque intellectual badboy motif, but came off more like an over refreshed mandarin.’
    • ‘Alas, Corbie neglected to heed his own warning and ventured onto the Queensway whilst vastly over refreshed.’
    • ‘Only over-refreshed football correspondents would come up with such a daft bet.’