listen to the pronunciation of heroin
الإنجليزية - التركية

Polis evi araştırdı ve iki kilo eroin ele geçirdi. - The police searched the house and seized 2 kilograms of heroin.

O aşırı dozda eroin aldı. - She overdosed on heroin.

(Argo) toz
(Argo) mal
(Tıp) Eroin, morfin hülasası, diyamorfin
{i} beyaz
(Konuşma Dili) beyaz zehir
heroin addict
eroin müptelası
heroin addiction
eroin müptelalığı
heroin addiction
eroin müptelaligi
heroin addict
heroin user
kadın kahraman

Onlar kadın kahramanları oynadılar. - They have played heroines.

{i} kahraman (kadın)
yarı tanrıça
shoot heroin
damardan eroin almak
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
A powerful and addictive drug derived from opium producing intense euphoria classed as a narcotic in most of the world

The reason why Jon & Kate Plus 8 is such a hot topic is because it might all be a sham. It’s been claimed that Jon has a string of mistresses, that Kate had an affair with her bodyguard and that Baby Number Six is actually a shaved Ewok with a catastrophic heroin addiction. Or something.

A narcotic, often known as h, Harry, horse, stuff, junk, smack, scag
The potent, widely abused opiate that produces a profound addiction It consists of two morphine molecules linked together chemically
{i} addictive narcotic which is made from morphine
Heroin is a powerful drug which some people take for pleasure, but which they can become addicted to. a powerful and illegal drug made from morphine be on/use/take heroin (heros ( HERO); because taking it is said to make people feel heroic). Heterocyclic compound, a highly addictive alkaloid derivative of morphine (chemically, it is diacetylmorphine) that makes up a large portion of illicit narcotics traffic. Easily made from morphine, it was developed and first used as an analgesic, but its undesirable effects outweighed its value, and it is illegal in most countries. Injection brings an ecstatic, warm, glowing sensation, followed by relaxation and contentment. Within half a day withdrawal symptoms set in, with a craving for more. Development of tolerance, requiring ever greater amounts for the same effects, leads to drug addiction. Illegal street heroin is usually only 2-5% pure; unwitting injection of relatively pure heroin is a major cause of overdose, resulting in depressed respiration, coma, and death
A strong narcotic analgesic drug derived for the opium poppy
A highly addictive partly synthetic narcotic derived from morphine
a narcotic that is considered a hard drug; a highly addictive morphine derivative; intravenous injection provides the fastest and most intense rush
A semisynthetic opiate derivative used in a variety of cough and cold preparations Its abuse potential is between that of codeine and morphine
stuff -
heroin chic
A fashion trend begun in the late 1990s revolving around models who bore characteristics of heroin addicts
heroin addict
someone addicted to heroin
heroin addict
person addicted to heroin (addictive narcotic)
heroin addiction
an addiction to heroin
second to none
china white
A female lead character
A female hero
hillbilly heroin
oxycodone, an opiate drug
{n} a brave or very bold woman
black heroin
A dark, sticky, extremely potent and highly addictive form of heroin, the purity of which is often as high as 60 to 70 percent
The principal female person who figures in a remarkable action, or as the subject of a poem or story
{i} female hero, extraordinarily brave woman; primary female character (of a story, play, etc.)
A woman of an heroic spirit
the main good female character in a work of fiction a woman possessing heroic qualities or a woman who has performed heroic deeds
a woman possessing heroic qualities or a woman who has performed heroic deeds
The heroine of a book, play, film, or story is the main female character, who usually has good qualities. The heroine is a senior TV executive. = protagonist
A heroine is a woman who has done something brave, new, or good, and who is therefore greatly admired by a lot of people. The national heroine of the day was Xing Fen, winner of the first Gold medal of the Games
the main good female character in a work of fiction
If you describe a woman as your heroine, you mean that you admire her greatly, usually because of a particular quality or skill that she has. My heroine was Elizabeth Taylor. = idol