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hashish

noun [no plural]   /hæʃˈiːʃ/ ( also informal hash /hæʃ/)
an illegal drug that is usually smoked for pleasure hachís
(Definition of hashish from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

hashish

noun /ˈhaʃiːʃ/
(also hash) (a drug made from) the dried leaves, flowers etc of the hemp plant, usually smoked or chewed; cannabis. hachís
(Definition of hashish from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “hashish”
in Korean 대마…
in Arabic حَشيش…
in Malaysian hasyis…
in French haschisch…
in Russian гашиш…
in Chinese (Traditional) 大麻麻醉藥…
in Italian hashish…
in Turkish haşhaş…
in Polish haszysz…
in Vietnamese ha sít…
in Portuguese haxixe…
in Thai กัญชา (คำแสลง)…
in German das Haschisch…
in Catalan haixix…
in Japanese ハシシ, ハシッシュ(大麻樹脂)…
in Chinese (Simplified) 大麻麻醉剂…
in Indonesian ganja…
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