English to Maori Meaning of narcotic - whakapōauau

Narcotic :



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Definitions of narcotic in English
Noun(1) a drug that produces numbness or stupor; often taken for pleasure or to reduce pain; extensive use can lead to addiction
Adjective(1) of or relating to or designating narcotics(2) inducing stupor or narcosis(3) inducing mental lethargy
Examples of narcotic in English
(1) However, a more likely issue is the legal implication for falling to monitor use and abuse of narcotic analgesics.(2) Goals of therapy are to prevent abstinence syndrome, reduce narcotic cravings and block the euphoric effects of illicit opioid use.(3) Another comprehensive program was offered by nurses in an emergency department setting to address problems with narcotic reconciliation, container tampering, and tracking issues.(4) Tell your doctor if you have ever had any unusual or allergic reaction to tramadol or narcotic analgesics.(5) The fact that Cannabis is a mild narcotic is circumstantial; the way it reaches people and who it reaches is the problem.(6) All three patients reported a significant reduction in pain severity and frequency of painful episodes, and two of three patients reported a significant reduction in use of narcotic analgesics.(7) Alcoholism and narcotic addiction is rife throughout the country, as hope inevitably gives way to despair.(8) Sedating or narcotic medications were administered before more than 40% of the communication events in our study.(9) Treatment with narcotic analgesics and pancreatic enzyme supplements had failed to control their symptoms.(10) Morley cautions you not to use marjoram in early pregnancy or in high doses as it can have a narcotic effect.(11) It has a narcotic effect, not noticeable in the small quantities used by cooks; but consumption of a large amount could produce a ÔÇÿhighÔÇÖ.(12) Their coca leaves contain only trace amounts of the illicit narcotic .(13) The smallest possible dose of a tranquilizer or narcotic medicine should be used.(14) Federal law supersedes state law, and the government refuses to budge in classifying marijuana as a dangerous, illegal narcotic - and a gateway to harder drugs - with no medical value.(15) It is a long-acting, narcotic painkiller that wards off acute withdrawal symptoms and reduces craving for heroin.(16) Because of its sedative nature and narcotic abilities, leaves were mixed with other herbs for the treatment of whooping and spasmodic coughs in children.
Related Phrases of narcotic
(1) narcotic drugs ::
raau taero whakapōauau
1. soporific ::
2. sleep-inducing ::
3. opiate ::
5. pain-relieving ::
6. analgesic ::
7. anodyne ::
8. anesthetic ::
10. sedative ::
11. stupefacient ::
13. opiate ::
14. sleeping pill ::
moe pire
15. painkiller ::
16. pain reliever ::
kairīwhi mamae
17. analgesic ::
18. anodyne ::
19. palliative ::
20. anesthetic ::
21. tranquilizer ::
mea whakarokiroki
22. sedative ::
23. downer ::
24. dope ::
25. stupefacient ::
Different Forms
narcotic, narcotics, nonnarcotic, nonnarcotics
Word Example from TV Shows
Let's get the vehicles ready\Nwith narcotic gas.

Let's get the vehicles ready
with NARCOTIC gas.

Money Heist Season 1, Episode 4

{\i1}Halothane is a narcotic gas{\i0}

{\i1}Halothane is a NARCOTIC gas{\i0}

Money Heist Season 3, Episode 6

Halothane, highly narcotic.

Halothane, highly NARCOTIC.

Money Heist Season 3, Episode 6

The narcotic effect
is far more potent.

The NARCOTIC effect is far more potent.

Breaking Bad Season 4, Episode 8

{\i1}They're using narcotic gas.{\i0}

{\i1}They're using NARCOTIC gas.{\i0}

Money Heist Season 3, Episode 6

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