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Tschechern

Commonly used in Austria for excessive alcohol consumption. A drunkard (alcoholic) is called "Tschecherant". This is derived from the Hebrew "schochar" (drink). A "Tschecherl" or "Tschoch" is a "Beisl" (small tavern or restaurant). See the different expressions below intoxication,

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