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detox

noun [S or U]
 
 
/ˈdiː.tɒks/ US  /-tɑːks/
when you stop taking unhealthy or harmful foods, drinks or drugs into your body for a period of time, in order to improve your health
(有害食物的)停止食用;(酒瘾或毒瘾的)戒除
She went on a 48-hour detox, eating nothing but grapes.
她进行了48小时的节食,其间只吃葡萄,别的什么都不吃。
a detox diet
节制性饮食
Drugs - general wordsSpecific types of drug
medical treatment in a special hospital to stop someone drinking too much alcohol or taking harmful drugs
戒酒治疗;戒毒治疗
He'd spent 18 months in detox/at a detox centre fighting drug addiction.
他在戒毒中心与毒瘾抗争了18个月。
AddictionDrug addiction
(Definition of detox noun from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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