hard drug

UK / US noun [countable]
Word forms "hard drug":
singular hard drug plural hard drugs
an illegal drug such as heroin that is addictive

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  • Hard Drug — 〈[ha:d drʌ̣g] f.; , s; umg.〉 harte Droge, die in die seelische u. körperliche Abhängigkeit führt, z. B. Crack, Heroin usw.; Ggs Soft Drug [<engl. hard „hart“ + drug „Droge“] * * * Hard Drug [ ha:ɐ̯t drag], die; , s [engl., eigtl. = harte… …   Universal-Lexikon

  • Hard Drug — [... drʌg] die; , s <aus engl. hard drug »harte Droge«> (Jargon) starkes Rauschgift, das süchtig macht (z. B. Heroin); Ggs. ↑Soft Drug …   Das große Fremdwörterbuch

  • Hard drug — may refer to: * A type of psychoactive drug. See Hard and soft drugs. * Viagra, as a slang term. See Sildenafil …   Wikipedia

  • hard drug — noun count an illegal drug such as HEROIN that is ADDICTIVE …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • hard drug — ☆ hard drug n. Informal a potent drug, such as heroin or cocaine, that usually leads to physical or psychological dependency …   English World dictionary

  • hard drug — noun a narcotic that is considered relatively strong and likely to cause addiction • Ant: ↑soft drug • Hypernyms: ↑narcotic, ↑controlled substance • Hyponyms: ↑cocaine, ↑cocain, ↑heroin, ↑ …   Useful english dictionary

  • hard drug — Pharm. an addicting drug capable of producing severe physical or psychological dependence, as heroin. [1965 70, Amer.] * * * …   Universalium

  • Hard and soft drugs — are loose categories of non prescription psychoactive drugs. This distinction is used in both official and casual discourse. The term hard drug generally refers to drugs illegal for nonmedical use that lead to profound and severe addiction, as… …   Wikipedia

  • Drug classification: making a hash of it? — is the title of a report authored by the UK Science and Technology Select Committee and submitted to the British House of Commons. It was published in July 2006. The report suggested that the current system of recreational drug classification in… …   Wikipedia

  • Drug policy of the Netherlands — Cannabis coffee shop in Amsterdam, Netherlands The drug policy of the Netherlands officially has four major objectives: To prevent recreational drug use and to treat and rehabilitate recreational drug users. To reduce harm to users. To diminish… …   Wikipedia

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