I have recently posted a question in English Language and Usage the use of nailed, screwed, and hammered in one sentence. And I used this sentence for correction:
Can someone be so screwed because someone nailed an argument that made him hammered?
Someone commented that my sentence is wrong because I used the word hammered incorrectly. He stated that it means drunk.
However, according to my research about hammered, it can also mean to attack or criticize forcefully and relentlessly.
What does the slang word actually mean?