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LSD

noun [U] uk   /ˌel.esˈdiː/ ( slang acid) us  
an illegal drug that causes people who use it to see the world differently from the way it really is or to see things that do not really exist
Translations of “LSD”
in Spanish LSD…
in Korean 엘에스디(환각제)…
in Arabic عَقار الهَلوَسة…
in Portuguese LSD…
in Catalan LSD…
in Japanese LSD(麻薬の名前)…
in Italian LSD…
in Chinese (Traditional) 迷幻藥…
in Chinese (Simplified) 迷幻药…
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