narcotic

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From Old French narcotique, from Medieval Latin narcoticum, from Ancient Greek ναρκόω (narkóō, Ι benumb), from νάρκη (nárkē, numbness, torpor).

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narcotic (plural narcotics)

  1. Any substance or drug that reduces pain, induces sleep and may alter mood or behaviour, in some contexts especially in reference to illegal drugs.
  2. Any type of numbing drug.

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narcotic (comparative more narcotic, superlative most narcotic)

  1. Of, or relating to narcotics.
  2. Inducing sleep; causing narcosis.

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Romanian[edit]

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French narcotique.

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narcotic m, n (feminine singular narcotică, masculine plural narcotici, feminine and neuter plural narcotice)

  1. narcotic

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narcotic n (plural narcotice)

  1. narcotic

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