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opium

noun /ˈəupiəm/
a drug made from the dried juice of a type of poppy
opio
(also adjective) opium addiction.
opiate /ˈoupiət/ noun any drug containing opium, used to make a person sleep
opiáceo
The doctor gave him an opiate.
Translations of “opium”
in Arabic أفيون…
in Korean 아편…
in Malaysian candu…
in French opium…
in Turkish afyon…
in Italian oppio…
in Chinese (Traditional) 鴉片…
in Russian опиум…
in Polish opium…
in Vietnamese thuốc phiện…
in Portuguese ópio…
in Thai ฝิ่น…
in German das Opium…
in Catalan opi…
in Japanese アヘン…
in Indonesian candu…
in Chinese (Simplified) 鸦片…
(Definition of opium from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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