drugged

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İngilizce - Türkçe
{s} uyuşturulmuş

Onlar uyuşturulmuş olabilir. - They could be drugged.

Sen kesinlikle uyuşturulmuşsun. - You were definitely drugged.

{s} uyuşturucu madde etkisi altında
drug
{i} ilaç

Devlet ilaç politikalarında reform yapacak. - The state is going to reform its drug policies.

Hastalıklarla mücadele etmek için doktorlar ilaçlar öneriyor. - Doctors suggest drugs to fight diseases.

drug
{i} uyuşturucu

Ben bir alkoliğim. Ben bir uyuşturucu bağımlısıyım. Ben eşcinselim. Ben bir dahiyim. - I'm an alcoholic. I'm a drug addict. I'm homosexual. I'm a genius.

Tom uyuşturucu kullanmaz. - Tom doesn't do drugs.

drug
hap

Mahkûm uyuşturucu satıcısı ölüm cezasını ömür boyu hapis cezasına düşürtmek için yetkililere boyun eğmeye istekliydi. - The convicted drug dealer was willing to comply with the authorities to have his death sentence reduced to a life sentence.

Leyla bir uyuşturucu nedeniyle hapisteydi. - Layla was in prison for a drug crime.

drug
ecza

Eczane yolun sonunda. - The drugstore is at the end of this road.

En yakın eczane nerede? - Where is the nearest drugstore?

drug
{f} ilaçla uyuşturmak
drug
(Tıp) drog
drug
(Mekanik) alt derece
drug
yiyecek
drug
içecek
drug
uyuşturucu madde

Alman çobanlar uyuşturucu maddeleri ortaya çıkarmada iyidir. - German Shepherds are good at sniffing out drugs.

Onlar onun bagajında uyuşturucu madde buldu. - They found drugs in his luggage.

get drugged
ilaç al
got drugged
ilaç al
drug
narkotik
drug
zararlı ilâç vermek
drug
uyuşturucu vermek
drug
ilaçla uyutmak
drug
ilaç vermek
drug
yemek veya içki içine uyuşturucu veya zehirli ilâç katmak
drug
uyuşturmak

Fadıl, Leyla'yı uyuşturmak için güçlü bir sakinleştirici kullandı. - Fadil used a powerful sedative to drug Layla.

drug
alışkanlık meydana getiren kimyasal madde
drug
ilaç,v.ilaç ver: n.ilaç
drug
esrar
drug
ilâçla uyuşturmak
drug
(Tıp) İlaç, ecza, drog
drug
{f} (yiyeceğe/içeceğe) uyuşturucu ilaç katmak
got drugged
ilaç almış
İngilizce - İngilizce
{a} having drugs, made offensive
under the influence of narcotics; "knocked out by doped wine"; "a drugged sleep"; "were under the effect of the drugged sweets"; "in a narcotized state; stuperous"
past of drug
{s} narcotized, doped, under the influence of narcotics; (Computer slang) very slow as compared to normal performance (of hardware)
doped
drug
To administer intoxicating drugs to, generally without the recipient's knowledge or consent

She suddenly felt strange, and only then realized she'd been drugged.

drug
Simple past tense and past participle of drag

You look like someone drug you behind a horse for half a mile.

drug
A substance used to treat an illness, relieve a symptom, or modify a chemical process in the body for a specific purpose

The revenues from both brand-name drugs and generic drugs have increased.

drug
A chemical or substance, not necessarily for medical purposes, which alters the way the mind or body works
drug
A substance, especially one which is illegal, ingested for recreational use

We were somewhere around Barstow on the edge of the desert when the drugs began to take hold.

drug
A substance, often addictive, which affects the central nervous system
drug
{v} to season wih drugs, make offensive
drug
{n} a medical simple, a thing of little worth
drug
If food or drink is drugged, a chemical substance is added to it in order to make someone sleepy or unconscious when they eat or drink it. I wonder now if that drink had been drugged Anyone could have drugged that wine. Any chemical agent that affects the function of living things. Some, including antibiotics, stimulants, tranquilizers, antidepressants, analgesics, narcotics, and hormones, have generalized effects. Others, including laxatives, heart stimulants, anticoagulants, diuretics, and antihistamines, act on specific systems. Vaccines are sometimes considered drugs. Drugs may protect against attacking organisms (by killing them, stopping them from reproducing, or blocking their effects on the host), substitute for a missing or defective substance in the body, or interrupt an abnormal process. A drug must bind with receptors in or on cells and cannot work if the receptors are absent or its configuration does not fit theirs. Drugs may be given by mouth, by injection, by inhalation, rectally, or through the skin. The oldest existing catalogue of drugs is a stone tablet from ancient Babylonia ( 1700 BC); the modern drug era began when antibiotics were discovered in 1928. Synthetic versions of natural drugs led to design of drugs based on chemical structure. Drugs must be not only effective but safe; side effects can range from minor to dangerous (see drug poisoning). Many illegal drugs also have medical uses (see cocaine; heroin; drug addiction). See also drug resistance; pharmacology; pharmacy. designer drug drug addiction drug poisoning drug resistance Food and Drug Administration sulfa drug nonsteroidal anti inflammatory drugs
drug
Drugs are substances that some people take because of their pleasant effects, but which are usually illegal. His mother was on drugs, on cocaine She was sure Leo was taking drugs the problem of drug abuse
drug
To administer intoxicating drugs to, generally without the recipients knowledge or consent
drug
A substance that is taken to suppress an unwanted condition or feeling; in large doses, it can be a poison A small amount gives a stimulant [increases activity] reaction, a greater amount can sedate [make drowsy] Too large an amount can kill For example, caffeine, found in coffee, is a drug One or two cups of coffee can "wake you up " Ten cups would probably put you to sleep 100 might kill you A drug is also something that can alter your emotions, your mindmake you feel "high "
drug
Any commodity that lies on hand, or is not salable; an article of slow sale, or in no demand
drug
Any article intended for use in the diagnosis, cure, mitigation, treatment, or prevention of disease in man
drug
a substance that can modify one or more of the body's functions
drug
Any substance which when absorbed into a living organism may modify one or more of its functions The term is generally accepted for a substance taken for a therapeutic purpose, but is also commonly used for abused substances Synonymous with medicine, pharmaceutical [IUPAC Compendium]
drug
A chemical or substance, not necessarily for medical purposes, that alters the way the mind or body works
drug
A drug, especially illegal, taken for recreational use
drug
US, past of drag
drug
Phrases such as drug use, drug policy, and alcohol, tobacco and other drugs (ATOD) as used in this guide, are meant to include tobacco, and other items such as marijuana and cocaine
drug
Any animal, vegetable, or mineral substance used in the composition of medicines; any stuff used in dyeing or in chemical operations
drug
use recreational drugs
drug
To prescribe or administer drugs or medicines
drug
A drug is a chemical which is given to people in order to treat or prevent an illness or disease. The drug will be useful to hundreds of thousands of infected people. the drug companies
drug
a substance that, when administered to an organism or a system derived from an organism, may modify one or more of its functions
drug
To dose to excess with, or as with, drugs
drug
To affect or season with drugs or ingredients; esp
drug
Any chemical compound that may be used on humans to help in diagnosis, treatment, cure, mitigation, or prevention of disease or other abnormal conditions
drug
administer a drug to; "They drugged the kidnapped tourist"
drug
To add intoxicating drugs to with the intention of drugging someone
drug
To drudge; to toil laboriously
drug
A biologically active compound or mixture used to cure, prevent, or detect disease, to control biological processes, or to alter mental state
drug
means a controlled substance or a controlled substance analogue listed in schedule 1 or schedule 2 of part 72 of the Michigan public health code, Act No 368 of the Public Acts of 1978, being sections 333 7201, et seq , of the Michigan Compiled Laws, as may be amended from time to time
drug
The FDA indicates that drugs are articles (other than food) intended for the use in the diagnosis, cure, mitigation, treatment or prevention in man or other animals Drugs can also affect the structure or function of the body are included in this definition
drug
> duping
drug
a substance that is used as a medicine or narcotic administer a drug to; "They drugged the kidnapped tourist"
drug
Any molecule that affects a biological process More strictly, a molecule whose pharmacological activity can be correlated with its chemical structure Historically, drugs were identified and extracted from naturally occurring fungi, plants, and other flora and fauna, with little direction given to the targeting of a particular disease Increasingly, however, modern drugs are being discovered through the precise targeting of a particular disease state dissected at the molecular level, and the drugs may be genes, the protein products of genes (such as recombinant insulin or erythropoetin), or small molecules created by design or diversity to modulate a specific disease process Irrespective of the process of novel drug discovery, all drugs must undergo a lengthy process of preclinical and clinical review Source : Celera
drug
A chemical taken into the body which causes changes in the body
drug
*: Any synthetic or natural chemical substance used in the treatment, prevention, or diagnosis of disease, or for other medical reasons
drug
– Any chemical compound that may be used on or administered to humans as an aid in the diagnosis, treatment, cure, mitigation, or prevention of disease or other abnormal conditions
drug
Substance used to treat an illness, relieve a symptom or modify a chemical process in the body for a specific purpose
drug
{i} natural or artificial substance used as a medication; narcotic, opiate, hallucinogen
drug
A substance or combination of substances used or intended to be used to diagnose, treat, mitigate or prevent a disease, disorder or abnormal physical or mental state, or a symptom of them, or to restore, correct or modify organic functions, in man or animal, and includes a substance or combination of substances named or included by reference in the Pharmacists, Pharmacy Operations and Drug Scheduling Act (PPODS)CPBC, Schedule A or Schedule B
drug
a substance used as or in medicine
drug
Any substance intended for use in the diagnosis, cure, treatment, or prevention of disease or other conditions in persons Any substance other than a device or food intended to affect the structure or any function of the body of persons
drug
Any chemical compound that is used in the prevention, diagnosis, treatment, or cure of disease, for the relief of pain, or to control or improve any physiological or pathological disorder in humans or animals
drug
As defined in Section 201(g)(1) of the Act means (a) articles that are recognized in the official United States Pharmacopeia, official Homeopathic Pharmacopeia of the United States, or official National Formulary, or any supplement to them; (b) articles intended for use in the diagnosis, cure, mitigation, treatment, or prevention of disease in humans or other animals; and articles (other than food) intended to affect the structure or any function of the body of humans or other animals
drug
a substance that is used as a medicine or narcotic administer a drug to; "They drugged the kidnapped tourist" use recreational drugs
drug
{f} administer a medication, sedate; poison; mix food with a drug
drug
A drudge (?)
drug
to stupefy by a narcotic drug
drug
any animal, vegetable, or mineral substance used in the composition of medicines
drug
If you drug a person or animal, you give them a chemical substance in order to make them sleepy or unconscious. She was drugged and robbed
drug
a substance that is used as a medicine or narcotic
drug
To tincture with something offensive or injurious
drug
Also Fig
drug
(Y/N) if an experimental or investigational drug is to be used in the study, or if a marketed drug is to be used for an unapproved use or indication
drug
Under the ADA , a drug means a controlled substance as defined in schedules I through V of the Controlled Substances Act (21 USC 812)
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