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Chinese (Traditional) translation of “detox”

detox

verb [I or T]
 
 
/ˈdiː.tɒks/ US  /-tɑːks/
to stop taking unhealthy or harmful foods, drinks and other substances into your body for a period of time, in order to improve your health
停止食用(不健康或有害食物);戒除(酒癮等)
If you have skin problems or feel sluggish and run-down, then it may be time to detox.
如果你患有皮膚病或感到懶散乏力,那麼就該在飲食上有所注意了。
Diets and dieting
to have medical treatment in a special hospital in order to stop drinking too much alcohol or taking harmful drugs
(使)戒去酒癮(或毒癮)
AddictionDrug addiction
(Definition of detox verb from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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