Definitions for soberˈsoʊ bər
This page provides all possible meanings and translations of the word sober
not affected by a chemical substance (especially alcohol)
grave, sedate, sober, solemn(adj)
dignified and somber in manner or character and committed to keeping promises
"a grave God-fearing man"; "a quiet sedate nature"; "as sober as a judge"; "a solemn promise"; "the judge was solemn as he pronounced sentence"
drab, sober, somber, sombre(adj)
lacking brightness or color; dull
"drab faded curtains"; "sober Puritan grey"; "children in somber brown clothes"
unplayful, serious, sober(verb)
completely lacking in playfulness
cause to become sober
"A sobering thought"
sober up, sober(verb)
become more realistic
"After thinking about the potential consequences of his plan, he sobered up"
sober up, sober(verb)
become sober after excessive alcohol consumption
"Keep him in bed until he sobers up"
(often with up) To make or become sober.
(often with up) To overcome or lose a state of intoxication.
It took him hours to sober up.
not drunk; not intoxicated
not given to excessive drinking of alcohol;
in character; moderate; realistic; serious; not playful; not passionate; cool; self-controlled
dull; not bright or colorful;
Origin: From sobre, from sobrius, from se- + ebrius, of unknown origin.
temperate in the use of spirituous liquors; habitually temperate; as, a sober man
not intoxicated or excited by spirituous liquors; as, the sot may at times be sober
not mad or insane; not wild, visionary, or heated with passion; exercising cool, dispassionate reason; self-controlled; self-possessed
not proceeding from, or attended with, passion; calm; as, sober judgment; a man in his sober senses
serious or subdued in demeanor, habit, appearance, or color; solemn; grave; sedate
to make sober
to become sober; -- often with down
Šober is a dispersed settlement in the hills northwest of Maribor in northeastern Slovenia. It belongs to the Maribor Urban Municipality. The local church, built on a hill above the settlement, is a landmark visible from afar. It is dedicated to Saint Urban and was built in the 16th century. Between 1784 and 1855 it was abandoned, and was then restored in 1860.
The Roycroft Dictionary
1. To be bored, unhappy, "all in." 2. To be born or live in Philadelphia. 3. To be without money, to be destitute. 4. To die. _E. g._, "Thank God, I am sober at last!" Dying words of Potodorus in _Two Gentlemen of Yonkers_.
The act or state of choosing not to drink alcohol.
We went on a girls night out to town and I chose to stay sober so I could drive my friends home.
Boers, bores, Brose, brose, robes
Sample Sentences & Example Usage
But we're not, at least I was not 100% sober.
It is very important to be sober when you take an exam
Almost nobody dances sober, unless they happen to be insane.
I taught my brother guitar, and he taught me how to get sober.
I found my outlet through music. That's what really helped me sober up.
Translations for sober
From our Multilingual Translation Dictionary
- айыҡ, айныҡBashkir
- sobriCatalan, Valencian
- hloupý, střízlivý, vystřízlivět, tupýCzech
- ædruelig, ædru, soberDanish
- besonnen, ernst, nüchtern, ernüchtern, ausnüchternGerman
- νηφάλιος, μετρημένος, εγκρατήςGreek
- sobriĝi, sobraEsperanto
- sobrio, serenoSpanish
- hillitty, raitis, selvinpäinFinnish
- sobre, cuverFrench
- stuama, sòbairScottish Gaelic
- 真面目, シラフ, 酔いを醒ますJapanese
- eniichterLuxembourgish, Letzeburgesch
- неяркий, трезвый, тусклый, умеренныйRussian
- nyktra, nykter, nyktra tillSwedish
- mutedil, uyanık dikkatli, hüşyarTurkish
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