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Meaning of “stimulant” - Learner’s Dictionary

stimulant

noun [C]     /ˈstɪmjələnt/
a drug that makes you feel more active and awake: Coffee contains caffeine which is a stimulant.Specific types of drugDrugs - general wordsSpecific medicines and drugsSpecific medicines and drugsSpecific types of drug
Translations of “stimulant”
in Arabic مُنبّه, مُنشّط…
in Korean 흥분제…
in Malaysian perangsang…
in French stimulant…
in Turkish uyarıcı…
in Italian sostanza stimolante…
in Chinese (Traditional) 刺激物, 激勵物, 興奮劑…
in Russian возбуждающее средство…
in Polish środek pobudzający…
in Vietnamese chất kích thích…
in Spanish estimulante…
in Portuguese estimulante…
in Thai สิ่งกระตุ้น…
in German das Anregungsmittel…
in Catalan estimulant…
in Japanese 興奮剤, 覚せい剤…
in Indonesian perangsang…
in Chinese (Simplified) 刺激物, 激励物, 兴奋剂…
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