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narcotic

noun

1 narcotic

A drug that produces numbness or stupor; often taken for pleasure or to reduce pain; extensive use can lead to addiction.



adjective

1 narcotic

Of or relating to or designating narcotics.

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Polish: narkotykowy

2 narcotic

Inducing stupor or narcosis:
— Narcotic drugs.

synonyms: narcotising, narcotizing.

3 narcotic

Inducing mental lethargy:
— A narcotic speech.

synonyms: soporiferous, soporific.


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