I have a question about using pairs of adjectives in everyday English speech.
Italian uses pairs of adjectives to emphasize a quality and some idiomatic and colloquial expressions are commonly accepted:
stanco morto, literally "dead tired"
ubriaco fradicio, literally "soaking drunk"
pieno zeppo, literally "full packed"
Are the above expressions idiomatic English? If not, what are the equivalent English expressions for extremely great tiredness, extreme drunkenness, and extremely great fullness (such as after eating a lot)?