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ecstasy /"ekstəsi/ (extasy) /"ekstəsi/ danh từ tinh thần mê lyan ecstasy of happiness: sự hưng phấn mê (y học) trạng thái ngây ngất tâm trạng thi tứ dạt dào trạng thái xuất thần, tinh thần nhập định

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ecstasy

Từ điển Collocation

ecstasy noun

1 feeling

ADJ. pure, sheer | religious, sexual

PREP. in ~ | ~ at Kate closed her eyes in ecstasy at the thought of a cold drink. | ~ over I was in sheer ecstasy over the prospect of meeting my idol.

2 Ecstasy: drug

ECSTASY + NOUN tablet More information about DRUG
do
(informal), experiment with, take, try, use ~ The minister confessed to having experimented with cannabis in her youth.

be/get high on ~ They committed the crime while high on drugs.

be addicted to, be dependent on, be/get hooked on, be on (informal)~ He seemed to be on acid most of the time.

be/come off ~ He"s tried several times khổng lồ come off cocaine.

possess ~ arrested on charges of possessing narcotics

deal (in), sell, smuggle, supply, traffic (in) ~The country imposes the death penalty for trafficking in marijuana.

seize ~ The heroin seized has an estimated street value of £600 000.

~ abuse, addiction, consumption, use Cannabis consumption has increased sharply.

~ habit, problem She allegedly has a $500-a-day coke habit.

~ overdose Heroin overdose is a major cause of death among heroin users.

~ addict, user~ dealer, trafficker, smuggler~ production, smuggling, trade, trafficking The authorities have been accused of active involvement in the narcotics trade.

addiction to, dependence on, use of ~ the use of cocaine

trade in ~ measures to combat the trade in narcotics


Từ điển WordNet


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English Synonym & Antonym Dictionary

ecstasiessyn.: delight elation glee happiness joy rapture