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marijuananoun [U]

(also marihuana) uk   /ˌmær.əˈwɑː.nə/  us   /ˌmer.əˈwɑː.nə/
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marijuananoun [U]

(also marihuana)  us   /ˌmær·əˈwɑ·nə, -ˈhwɑ·nə/
an illegal drug that is made from the dried leaves and flowers of the hemp plant
(Definition of marijuana from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “marijuana”
in Korean 대마초, 마리화나…
in Arabic ماريجوانا…
in Malaysian ganja…
in French marijuana…
in Russian марихуана…
in Chinese (Traditional) 大麻…
in Italian marijuana…
in Turkish haşiş, marihuana…
in Polish marihuana…
in Spanish marihuana…
in Vietnamese cần sa…
in Portuguese maconha…
in Thai กัญชา…
in German das Marihuana…
in Catalan marihuana…
in Japanese マリファナ…
in Chinese (Simplified) 大麻…
in Indonesian ganja…
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