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Anti Drogen Aktion Deutsch Englisch Übersetzung

Anti-Drogen-Aktion {f}
drug abuse resistance education DARE
Anti-Drogen-Aktion {f}
drug abuse resistance education (DARE)
Droge {f}; Suchtstoff {m}; Suchtmittel {n}; Suchtgift {m} [Ös.]
Drogen {pl}; Suchtstoffen {pl}; Suchtmittel {pl}; Suchtgifte {pl}
bewusstseinsverändernde Droge
gestreckte Drogen
weiche Drogen
harte Drogen (führen zu körperlicher Abhängigkeit)
Drogen dealen
narcotic drug
narcotic drugs
smart drug
impure drugs
soft drugs
hard drugs (lead to physical addiction)
to traffic in drugs
Aktion {f}, Handlung {f}, Wirkung {f}
Aktionen {pl}, Handlungen {pl}, Wirkungen {pl}
konzertierte Aktion
action
actions
concerted action
psychedelisch, bewusstseinsverändernd {adj}
psychedelische Drogen, bewusstseinserweiternde Drogen
psychedelisches Erlebnis
psychedelic
psychedelics
psychedelic experience
psychedelisch; bewusstseinsverändernd {adj}
psychedelische Drogen; bewusstseinserweiternde Drogen
psychedelisches Erlebnis
psychedelic
psychedelics; psychedelic drugs
psychedelic experience
jdn. unter Drogen setzen
jdn. unter Drogen setzend
jdn. unter Drogen gesetzt
to drug sb.
drugging sb.
drugged sb.
Stoff {m} [slang]; Gift {n} [slang] (Rauschgift) [pharm.]
Rauschgift nehmen; Drogen nehmen
jdn. unter Drogen setzen
unter Drogen stehen
dope [slang] (narcotic drug)
to dope
to dope up <> sb.
to be doped up
Sonderangebot {n}; Angebot {n}; Aktion {f} [econ.]
Sonderangebote {pl}; Angebote {pl}; Aktionen {pl}
Vanilleeis ist diese Woche im Angebot in Aktion.
special offer; special [Am.]
special offers; specials
Vanilla ice cream is on special offer [Br.] on special [Am.] this week.
Anti-Korruptionsgesetz {n}
Anti-Korruptionsgesetze {pl}
anti-corruption law
anti-corruption laws
für gegen etw. kämpfen {vi}; eine Aktion für gegen etw. durchführen; sich (öffentlich) für etw. einsetzen; sich für etw. stark machen {vr}; gegen jdn. etw. agitieren [pol.] [soc.]
kämpfend; eine Aktion durchführend; sich einsetzend; sich stark machend
gekämpft; eine Aktion durchgeführt; sich eingesetzt; sich stark gemacht
to campaign for against sth.
campaigning
campaigned
Handlung {f}; Vorgehen {n}; Veranlassung {f}; Aktion {f} [adm.]
weiteres Vorgehen; weitere Vorgehensweise
eine konzertierte Aktion
zur weiteren Veranlassung (auf einem Laufzettel)
action
further action
a concerted action
for further action (on a routing slip)
Anti-Atombewegung {f}; Anti-Atom-Bewegung {f}; Antiatomkraft-Bewegung {f}
anti-nuclear movement
Anti-Atombewegung {f}, Anti-Atom-Bewegung {f}, Antiatomkraft-Bewegung {f}
anti-nuclear movement
Schwerpunktkontrolle {f} (der Polizei); scharfes Vorgehen; Aktion scharf {f} [Ös.] (gegen jdn.)
Die Polizei hat eine Aktion scharf gegen betrunkene Randalierer und unseriöse Lokalbesitzer gestartet
crackdown (on sb.)
Police have launched a crackdown on drunken yobs and rogue licensees.
Anti-Raketen-Rakete {f}, Abfangrakete {f} [mil.]
Anti-Raketen-Raketen {pl}, Abfangraketen {pl}
anti-ballistic missile (ABM)
anti-ballistic missiles
Planquadrat-Aktion {f}; Planquadrat {n} (durch die Polizei) [Ös.]
ein Planquadrat durchführen
in ein Planquadrat der Polizei geraten
im Zuge einer Planquadrat-Aktion; bei einem Planquadrat
stop-and-check operation; stop-and-check (by police)
to conduct stops-and-checks
to get into a police stop-and-check; to run into a police stop-and-check zone
in a stop-and-check procedure situation
Stoff {m} [slang], Rauschgift {n}, Drogen {pl}
Rauschgift nehmen, Drogen nehmen
dope [slang]
to dope
Dummkopf {m}; Esel {m}; Dussel {m} [Dt.]; Dämlack {m} [Dt.]; Döskopp {m} [Norddt.] [Mittelwestdt.]; Dödel {n} [Mitteldt.] [BW]; Depp {m} [Süddt.] [Ös.] [Schw.]; Dodel {m} [Ös.]; Wappler {m} [Ös.]; Hiefler {m} [Ös.]; Tubel {m} [Schw.]; Dubel {m} [Schw.]; Tschumpel {m} [Schw.]; Lööli {m} [Schw.]; Narr {m} [geh.] (veraltend); Tor {m} [poet.] [obs.]
der größte Dummkopf von allen
Man sollte sich nicht blind in (so) eine Sache stürzen.
Das ist eine Hau-Ruck-Aktion Ho-Ruck-Aktion!
Sei doch nicht dumm!
Er ist von Natur aus dumm.
fool; jerk; clod; clodhopper; dolt; clot [Br.]; charlie [Br.]; plonker [Br.]; prat [Br.]; schnook [Am.]; schmuck [Am.]; tomfool (old-fashioned)
the biggest greatest fool of all
Fools rush in where angels fear to tread. [prov.] (Alexander Pope)
Fools rush in!
Don't be a fool!
He is a born fool.
Aktion
action
anti...
anti...
anti
anti
Anti-Inflationspolitik {f}
anti-inflationary policy
Anti-Subventionsverfahren {n}
anti-subsidy procedure
Anti-Rutschbelag {m}
anti-slip covering
Anti-Inflationspolitik
anti-inflationary policy
anti Subventionsverfahren
anti subsidy procedure
Drogen
drugs
Feldzug, Kampagne, Aktion
campaign
(gut) durchdacht; wohlüberlegt {adj} (Aktion)
thoughtful (action)
Anti-Dumping-Politik
anti-dumping policy
Anti-Doping-Agentur {f}
Anti-doping agency
Dystopie {f}; Anti-Utopie {f}
dystopia; anti-utopia (an imaginary society which is the opposite to that of Thomas Morus' Utopia)
nachfragesteuernde Anti-Inflationspolitik
demand management
Anti-Trust-Gesetzgebung
anti-trust legislation
Anti-Hahnengrill {m} (Geflügelhaltung) [agr.]
male-restrictor grille grill; male restriction grille grill; female-only grille grill; FO grille grill (poultry rearing)
Straßenverkauf {m} (von Drogen)
street-level dealing (in narcotic drugs)
schwefelhaltige Drogen
sulphonamides, sulfonamides
schwefelhaltige Drogen
sulphonamides
psychedelische Drogen
psychedelics
schwefelhaltige Drogen {pl}
sulphonamides; sulfonamides
Aktion, Handlung, Wirkung, Bedienungsmassnahme
action
Anti-Aliasing {n}; Kantenglättung {f} [comp.]
anti-aliasing; antialiasing; dejagging
Anti-Aliasing {n}, Kantenglättung {f} [comp.]
anti-aliasing, antialiasing, dejagging
Anti-Viren-Programm {m} [comp.]
anti-virus-program
fixen (Drogen nehmen)
to shoot drugs; to be on the needle; to fix [slang]
fixen (Drogen nehmen)
to shoot drugs, to be on the needle, to fix [slang]
dealen, mit Drogen handeln
to deal {dealt, dealt} (in drugs)
Depotland {n} (für Drogen)
Depotländer {pl}
deposit country (for drugs)
deposit countries
dealen {vi} (mit Drogen handeln)
to deal {dealt; dealt} (buy and sell illegal drugs)
geheime Kommandosache; Nacht-und-Nebel-Aktion
cloak-and-dagger operation
Blitzauflauf {m} (elektronisch verabredete konzertierte Aktion)
flashmob (electronically arranged concerted happening)
Aktion {f}; Kampagne {f}
Sparkampagne {f}
die Energiesparkampagne der Regierung
drive
economy drive
the government's drive to reduce energy consumption
Einführungsangebot {n}; Aktion {f} zum Kennenlernen [econ.]
Einführungsangebote {pl}
introductory offer
introductory offers
unsozial; antisozial {adj}
anti-soziales Verhalten
antisocial; unsocial
antisocial behaviour; antisocial behavior
Anti-G-Anzug {m}; Druckanzug {m} (Luft- und Raumfahrt)
anti-g suit; g-suit; pressure garment; pressure garment assembly PGA (aerospace)
Drogenausgangsstoffe {pl}; Vorläufersubstanzen {pl} von Drogen [chem.]
drug precursor substances; drug precursors
Toxikomanie {f}; Gewöhnung an Drogen; Drogenabhängigkeit {f}
toxicomania
verfälschte Arzneimittel oder Drogen
adulterated drugs
von etw. abhängig sein (bspw. Drogen)
to be hooked on sth.
Toxikomanie {f}, Gewöhnung an Drogen, Drogenabhängigkeit {f}
toxicomania
Droge {f}; Rauschgift {n}; Suchtgift {n} [Ös.] [pharm.]
Drogen {pl}
drug
drugs
Radioballett {n} (konzertierte Aktion die über eine Lokalradiosendung koordiniert wird)
radio ballet (concerted action coordinated by a local radio broadcast)
dumme verrückte Aktion {f}; Dummheit {f}; Verrücktheit {f}; Torheit {f} [poet.]
die Fehler und Dummheiten der Jugend
stupidity; folly (foolish act idea)
the errors and stupidities follies of the youth
Kampagne {f}, Aktion {f}
Kampagnen {pl}, Aktionen {pl}
moralisch fragwürdige, offensive Kampagne
campaign
campaigns
sleaze campaign
etw. verscheuern; verchecken {vt} [ugs.]
verscheuernd; vercheckend
verscheuert; vercheckt
Drogen verchecken
to sell sth. off; to kick sth. out; to flog sth. [Br.] [slang]
selling off; kicking out; flogging
sold off; kickes out; flogged
to push drugs
Heilpflanze {f}; Arzneipflanze {f}; pflanzliche Droge {f}; Heilkraut {n}
Heilpflanzen {pl}; Arzneipflanzen {pl}; pflanzliche Drogen; Heilkräuter {pl}
medicinal plant
medicinal plants
Streckmittel {n} (in Drogen)
Verschnittmittel und Zusatzstoffe sind beides Streckmittel.
cutting agent; cutting substance (in narcotic drugs)
Diluents and adulterants are both cutting agents.
(überparteiliche) Plattform {f}; Forum {n}; Komitee {n}; Kuratorium {n}; Aktionsgemeinschaft {n} [pol.]
das Europakomitee der Privatorganisation
der Parlamentskreis das Parlamentskomitee Verwaltungsreform
Aktion Leben
Plattform der christlichen Lesben- und Schwulenbewegung
caucus (of sb.)
the European caucus of the non-governmental organisation
the parliamentary caucus on administrative reform
Pro-life Caucus
Caucus of the Lesbian and Gay Christian Movement
(jdn.) von etw. ablenken {vt}
Es war ein neuerlicher Versuch von der Wahrheit abzulenken.
Die Aktion scharf sollte von den sozialen Problemen ablenken.
Es gelang ihm zunächst den Verdacht von sich abzulenken.
to divert (sb.'s) attention (away) from sb. sth.
It was another attempt to divert distract attention from the truth.
The crackdown was intended to divert attention from the social problems.
He initially managed to divert suspicion away from himself.
Quark {n} [phys.]
Anti-Quark {n}
quark
antiquark
Droge {f}
Drogen {pl}
bewusstseinsverändernde Droge
drug
drugs
smart drug
Halluzinogen {n} [pharm.]
Halluzinogene {pl}; halluzinogene Drogen
halluzinogene Pilze
hallucinogen
hallucinogens
magic mushrooms
Kampagne {f}; Aktion {f}; Feldzug {m} [übtr.]
Kampagnen {pl}; Aktionen {pl}
eine Kampagne (durch)führen
eine Kampagne aufziehen starten
der Feldzug gegen den Terrorismus
campaign
campaigns
to conduct run a campaign
to launch start a campaign
the campaign against terrorism
Geldbeschaffung {f}
Aktion {f} zur Geldbeschaffung
fundraising
fundraising campaign
Ziel {n}; angestrebtes Ergebnis {n}
Ziele {pl}
ein Ziel erreichen
sein Ziel verfehlen
eine Aktion mit dem Ziel das Bewusstsein für die Misshandlung alter Menschen zu schärfen
Sie tut alles um ihre Ziele zu erreichen.
aim; end (formal)
aims
to achieve an aim
to miss one's aim
a campaign with the aim of increasing to increase awareness about elder abuse
She'll do anything to achieve her own ends.
Wagnis {n}; Sprung {m} ins Ungewisse
ein Wagnis eingehen; sich auf etwas Ungewisses einlassen; etwas einiges riskieren (mit einer Aktion)
sich auf jdn. etw. einlassen
Ich lasse es drauf ankommen.
Gibt deinem Herzen einen Stoß!
leap of faith
to take a leap of faith (and do sth. by doing sth.)
to take a leap of faith with sb. sth.
I'll take a leap of faith.
Take a leap of faith!
etw. missverstanden völlig falsch verstanden haben
Das hast du missverstanden. Er hat mich nicht gestoßen. Ich bin hingefallen.
Wer glaubt bei dem Lied ginge es um Drogen hat es völlig falsch verstanden.
to have got (hold of) the wrong end of the stick [Br.] [coll.]
You've got hold of the wrong end of the stick. He didn't push me; I fell.
People who think the song is about drugs have got the wrong end of the stick.
Straftat {f}; Tat {f}; Delikt {n}
Straftaten {pl}; Delikte {pl}
minderschwere Straftat
Straftat(en) ohne Täter-Opfer-Beziehung
Straftat(en) im familiären Umfeld
Straftaten gegen ältere Personen Kinder
Straftaten bei denen die Opfer unter Drogen gesetzt werden
zum Tatzeitpunkt
crime; offence [Br.]; offense [Am.]
crimes; offences; offenses
minor offence crime
stranger crime
domestic crime
crimes against the elderly children
drug-facilitated crime
at the time of the offence
jdn. etw. von jdm. etw. fernhalten; abhalten {vt}
fernhaltend; abhaltend
ferngehalten; abgehalten
Jugendliche von Drogen fernhalten
die Schulkinder zu Hause lassen
ein Feuer anmachen um wilde Tiere fernzuhalten
Halte bitte den Hund von der Couch fern.
Die Scheibe hält den Wind ab.
Wie können wir die Fliegen von dem Essen hier abhalten?
Rühr' mich nicht an!
Hände weg!; Finger weg!
Krankheitshalber musste er mehrere Tage der Arbeit fernbleiben.
to keep sb. sth. away from sb. sth.; to keep sb. sth. off sb. sth.
keeping away; keeping off
kept away; kept off
to keep teenagers off drugs
to keep children off school
to light a fire to keep off wild animals
Please keep the dog off the sofa.
The pane keeps away off the wind.
How are we going to keep the lies off this food?
Keep your hands off me!
Keep your hands off!; Don't touch!
His illness kept him away from work for several days.
(hin)kommen; zum Einsatz kommen {vi}
Wie viele Leute werden kommen?
Wir möchten dass möglichst viele Leute kommen.
Die Beamten zogen sich zurück und geschulte Polizeiverhandler traten in Aktion.
Sag mir bitte Bescheid wenn du nicht kommen kannst verhindert bist.
Danke für Ihr Kommen. Danke für Ihren Besuch.
Polizei und Rettung trafen am Unfallort Unglücksort Fundort Tatort ein.
to attend
How many people will be attending?
We'd like as many people as possible to attend.
The officers retreated and trained police negotiators attended.
Please let me know if you are unable to attend.
Thank you for attending.
Police and ambulance attended.
in Aktion treten; loslegen; rasch aktiv werden; zum Einsatz kommen (Person); sich in Bewegung setzen; zum Einsatz kommen (Dinge); anlaufen (Vorgang) {vi}
Sobald der Chef zur Tür hereinkam entfalteten alle eine plötzliche Betriebsamkeit.
Feuerwehr- und Rettungsfahrzeuge setzten sich in Bewegung.
Wir sind bereit jeden Augenblick loszulegen.
In der Früh springt sie immer gleich aus dem Bett und legt los.
Die Rettungsaktion lief unverzüglich an.
to go into action; to spring into action; swing into action; to leap into action
As soon as the boss came in the door everyone sprang into action.
Fire and rescue vehicles swung into action.
We are ready to leap into action at a moment's notice.
Every morning she jumps out of bed and springs into action.
The rescue operation went swung into action immediately.
Maßnahme {f}; Schritt {m}; Aktion {f}; Entscheidung {f}; Vorstoß {m}
Maßnahmen {pl}; Schritte {pl}; Aktionen {pl}; Entscheidungen {pl}; Vorstöße {pl}
Dieser Schritt wurde allgemein begrüßt.
Diese Maßnahme wurde nach einer Reihe von Überfällen auf Hilfskonvois gesetzt.
Der Vorstoß wurde jedoch von der Regierungsmehrheit blockiert.
Damit sollen mehr Leute zum Umstieg auf öffentliche Verkehrsmittel bewegt werden.
Damit reagierte er sie es auf die verstärkte Nachfrage nach regionalen Produkten.
move
moves
The move was broadly welcomed.
The move was taken after a number of assaults on aid convoys.
The move was however blocked by the government's majority.
The move is intended to encourage more people to use public transport.
The move was in response to increasing demand for regional produce.
mit jdm. etw. umgehen; sich mit jdm. etw. befassen
umgehend; sich befassend
umgegangen; sich befasst
der Umgang mit jdm.
mit einer Sache befasst sein [adm.]
Ich habe mich selbst des Problems angenommen.
Er muss lernen mit seiner Wut umzugehen.
Wir werden Ihr Anliegen sofort bearbeiten.
Für allgemeine Anfragen ist unsere Zentrale zuständig.
Bei einer 24-stündigen Aktion wurden dutzende Autofahrer von der Polizei kontrolliert beamtshandelt [Ös.].
90% der Reisenden werden innerhalb von 10 Minuten vom Zoll abgefertigt.
Die Sache ist bereits erledigt.
to deal with sb. sth. {dealt; dealt}
dealing with
dealt with
the manner way in which sb. is dealt with
to deal with a case
I dealt with the problem myself.
He needs to learn how to deal with his anger.
We'll deal with your request straight away.
General enquiries are dealt with by our head office.
Dozens of motorists were dealt with by the police during a day-long operation.
90% of travellers are dealt with by Customs within 10 minutes.
The matter has already now been dealt with.
Problemkreis {m}; Problemfeld {n}; Spiel {n} [übtr.]
im Spiel sein; eine Rolle spielen; mitspielen [ugs.]
ins Spiel kommen; zum Faktor werden
etw. ins Spiel bringen
Die Sache wird schwieriger wenn Drogen im Spiel sind.
Die Südstaaten werden bei den Wahlen eine wichtige Rolle spielen.
Die Fremdenverkehrsbranche spielt für die griechische Wirtschaft eine entscheidende Rolle.
Wenn Kinder ins Spiel kommen kann es zu weiteren Spannungen in einer Ehe kommen.
Geld war bei seinem Hilfsangebot nicht im Spiel.
Die Kostenfrage ist nun akut schlagend [Ös.] geworden.
Du hast die Religion ins Spiel gebracht nicht ich.
Das spielt für mich keine Rolle.
equation [fig.]
to be part of the equation
to enter (into) the equation
to bring sth. into the equation
Things become more difficult when drugs are part of the equation.
The southern states will be an important part of the election equation.
The tourist industry forms a crucial part of Greek's economic equation.
When children enter the equation further tensions may arise within a marriage.
Money didn't enter the equation when he offered to help.
The question of cost has now entered the equation.
You brought religion into the equation not me.
That doesn't enter the equation for me.

Deutsche Synonyme für Anti Drogen Aktion

drogen  
aktion  
Aktion  Handlung  Operation  Tat  
anti  
Aktion  Initiative  Kampagne  Maßnahme  Schritte  
Anti-Pilzmittel  Fungizid  
Anti-Utopie  Dystopie  
anti  dagegen  entgegen  gegen  versus  vs.  wider  
Aktion  Handlung  Operation  Tat  
Aktion  Initiative  Kampagne  Maßnahme  Schritte  
Anti-Pilzmittel  Fungizid  
Anti-Utopie  Dystopie  
anti  dagegen  entgegen  gegen  versus  vs.  wider  
anti Semitism  Anglophobia  Jim Crow  Jim Crow law  Russophobia  abhorrence  abomination  antipathy  apartheid  aversion  
anti  adversary  adversative  adverse  adversive  alien  antagonistic  antipathetic  antithetic  antonymous  

Englische Synonyme für drug abuse resistance education DARE

drug  Adrenalin  Benzedrine  Dexamyl  Dexedrine  KO  Methedrine  Mickey Finn  aloes  ammonium carbonate  amphetamine  amphetamine sulphate  analgesic  anesthetic  anesthetize  anoint  antidepressant  article  article of commerce  article of merchandise  balm  balsam  bedaze  belladonna  benumb  benzoin  besot  bismuth  blunt  caffeine  chloroform  chocolate  cocaine  cocoa  coffee  coldcock  colocynth  commodity  cure  cure-all  deaden  desensitize  desoxyephedrine  dextroamphetamine sulfate  dope  dose  downer  drops  dull  electuary  elixir  embrocate  entrance  ergot  etherize  ethical drug  feature  freeze  generic name  hallucinogenic  herbs  hop  hypnotic  hypnotize  inhalant  item  kayo  knock out  knock senseless  knock stiff  knock unconscious  knockout drop  kola  kola nut  lay out  lead item  leader  lincture  linctus  loss leader  lull to sleep  magnetize  materia medica  medicament  medicate  medication  medicinal  medicinal herbs  medicine  mesmerize  methamphetamine hydrochloride  mixture  narcotic  narcotize  nonprescription drug  numb  obtund  officinal  oil  opiate  pain-killer  palsy  panacea  paralyze  patent medicine  pharmaceutical  pharmacon  physic  poison  powder  preparation  prescription drug  product  proprietary  proprietary medicine  proprietary name  psychedelic  put to sleep  put under  quinine  remedy  rock to sleep  sal ammoniac  salve  sassafras  seconds  sedate  sedative  simple  simples  sleeping pill  soporific  special  specific  standard article  staple  staple item  stimulant  strychnine  stun  stupefy  syrup  tea  theraputant  tisane  trance  tranquilizer  treat  treatment  upper  vegetable remedies  vendible  ware  
drug addict  LSD user  acidhead  addict  alcoholic  chain smoker  cocaine sniffer  cokie  cubehead  dipsomaniac  dope fiend  doper  drug abuser  drug user  drunkard  fiend  freak  glue sniffer  habitual  head  heavy smoker  hophead  hype  junkie  marijuana smoker  methhead  narcotics addict  pillhead  pothead  snowbird  speed freak  tripper  user  
drug addiction  a habit  acquired tolerance  acute alcoholism  addictedness  addiction  alcoholism  amphetamine withdrawal symptoms  barbiturate addiction  barbiturism  chain smoking  chronic alcoholism  cocainism  crash  craving  dependence  dipsomania  drug culture  drug dependence  habituation  nicotine addiction  physical dependence  psychological dependence  tolerance  withdrawal sickness  withdrawal symptoms  
drug culture  a habit  acquired tolerance  acute alcoholism  addictedness  addiction  alcoholism  amphetamine withdrawal symptoms  barbiturate addiction  barbiturism  chain smoking  chronic alcoholism  cocainism  crash  craving  dependence  dipsomania  drug addiction  drug dependence  habituation  nicotine addiction  physical dependence  psychological dependence  tolerance  withdrawal sickness  withdrawal symptoms  
drug user  LSD user  acidhead  addict  alcoholic  alternating personality  antisocial personality  chain smoker  cocaine sniffer  cokie  cubehead  dipsomaniac  disordered personality  disturbed personality  dope fiend  doper  double personality  drug abuser  drug addict  drunkard  dual personality  emotionally unstable personality  escapist  fiend  freak  glue sniffer  habitual  head  heavy smoker  hophead  hostile personality  hype  hypochondriac  hypochondriast  idiot  imaginary invalid  immature personality  inadequate personality  inferior personality  junkie  malade imaginaire  maladjusted personality  marijuana smoker  mentally defective personality  methhead  moral insanity  multiple personality  narcotics addict  neuropath  neurotic  neurotic personality  paranoid personality  perverse personality  pillhead  pothead  psychoneurotic  psychopath  psychopathic personality  psychotic  psychotic personality  schizoid  schizoid personality  seclusive personality  sexual psychopath  shut-in personality  snowbird  sociopath  speed freak  split personality  tripper  user  valetudinarian  valetudinary  weak personality  
drugged  affectless  anesthetized  apathetic  arctic  asleep  autistic  benumbed  blase  blunt  bored  cataleptic  catatonic  chill  chilly  cold  cold as charity  cold-blooded  coldhearted  comatose  cool  dead  debilitated  dispassionate  doped  dopey  dormant  dozy  dreamy  droopy  drowsy  drugged with sleep  dull  emotionally dead  emotionless  enervated  exanimate  frigid  frosted  frosty  frozen  half asleep  half-conscious  heartless  heavy  heavy with sleep  heavy-eyed  hebetudinous  high  hopped-up  icy  immovable  impassible  impassive  in a stupor  inanimate  inert  inexcitable  insusceptible  jaded  lackadaisical  languid  languorous  leaden  lethargic  lifeless  listless  lumpish  moribund  napping  narcoleptic  narcose  narcotized  narcous  nirvanic  nodding  nonemotional  numb  objective  oblivious  obtuse  oscitant  out  out cold  out of it  out of touch  passionless  phlegmatic  pooped  sated  sedated  self-absorbed  semiconscious  senseless  sleep-drowned  sleep-drunk  sleep-filled  sleep-swollen  sleepful  sleepy  slow  sluggish  slumberous  slumbery  snoozy  somnolent  soporific  soulless  spaced out  spaced-out  spiritless  stagnant  stagnating  stoned  stretchy  strung out  stultified  stuporose  stuporous  supine  torpid  unaffectionate  unconscious  unemotional  unfeeling  unimpassioned  unimpressionable  unloving  unpassionate  unresponding  unresponsive  unsusceptible  unsympathetic  untouchable  vegetable  vegetative  wan  weary  wiped out  world-weary  yawning  yawny  zonked  zonked out  
drugstore  antique store  apothecary  automobile showroom  bookstore  bootery  candy store  chemist  cigar store  clothiers  clothing store  confectionery  dispensary  dispensatory  dress shop  dry goods store  florists  fur salon  furniture store  gift shop  haberdashery  hardware store  hat shop  hobby shop  ironmongery  jewelers  jewelry store  leather goods store  liquor store  luggage shop  milliners  novelty shop  package store  pharmacy  saddlery  schlock house  schlock shop  secondhand shop  secondhand store  shoe store  smoke shop  specialty shop  sporting goods store  stationers  stationery store  sweater shop  sweet shop  thrift shop  tobacco store  tobacconists  toy shop  trimming store  used-car lot  
drugstore cowboy  TV-viewer  beholder  bird-watcher  bystander  eyewitness  gaper  gazer  gazer-on  girl-watcher  goggler  kibitzer  looker  looker-on  observer  ogler  onlooker  perceiver  percipient  seer  sidewalk superintendent  spectator  spectatress  spectatrix  televiewer  television-viewer  video-gazer  viewer  watcher  witness  

Lexikoneinträge für drug abuse resistance education DARE

Abuse (v. t.) To put to a wrong use
Abuse (v. t.) To use ill
Abuse (v. t.) To revile
Abuse (v. t.) To dishonor.
Abuse (v. t.) To violate
Abuse (v. t.) To deceive
Abuse (v. t.) Improper treatment or use
Abuse (v. t.) Physical ill treatment
Abuse (v. t.) A corrupt practice or custom
Abuse (v. t.) Vituperative words
Abuse (v. t.) Violation
Dare (v. i.) To have adequate or sufficient courage for any purpose
Dare (v. t.) To have courage for
Dare (v. t.) To challenge
Dare (n.) The quality of daring
Dare (n.) Defiance
Dare (v. i.) To lurk
Dare (v. t.) To terrify
Dare (n.) A small fish
Dare-devil (n.) A reckless fellow. Also used adjectively
Dare-deviltries (pl. ) of Dare-deviltry
Dare-deviltry (n) Reckless mischief
Drug (v. i.) To drudge
Drug (n.) A drudge (?).
Drug (n.) Any animal, vegetable, or mineral substance used in the composition of medicines
Drug (n.) Any commodity that lies on hand, or is not salable
Drug (v. i.) To prescribe or administer drugs or medicines.
Drug (v. t.) To affect or season with drugs or ingredients
Drug (v. t.) To tincture with something offensive or injurious.
Drug (v. t.) To dose to excess with, or as with, drugs.
Education (n.) The act or process of educating
Resistance (n.) The act of resisting
Resistance (n.) The quality of not yielding to force or external pressure
Resistance (n.) A means or method of resisting
Resistance (n.) A certain hindrance or opposition to the passage of an electrical current or discharge offered by conducting bodies. It bears an inverse relation to the conductivity, -- good conductors having a small resistance, while poor conductors or insulators have a very high resistance. The unit of resistance is the ohm.
Self-abuse (n.) The abuse of one's own self, powers, or faculties.
Self-abuse (n.) Self-deception
Self-abuse (n.) Masturbation

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drug bust
drugs bust
seizure of illegal drugs by the police
resistance opposition the action of opposing something that you disapprove or disagree with, he encountered a general feeling of resistance from many citizens, despite opposition from the newspapers he went ahead
withdrawal drug withdrawal the termination of drug taking
line of least resistance
path of least resistance
the easiest way, In marrying him she simply took the path of least resistance
maltreatment
ill-treatment
ill-usage
abuse
cruel or inhumane treatment, the child showed signs of physical abuse
child abuse the physical or emotional or sexual mistreatment of children
Secretary of Education
Education Secretary
the position of the head of the Education Department, the post of Education Secretary was created in
Secretary of Health Education and Welfare head of a former executive department created in and divided into two departments in
education the profession of teaching (especially at a school or college or university)
least effort
least resistance
the least effortful way to do something
iontophoresis
ionic medication
iontotherapy
electromotive drug administration
EMDA
therapy that uses a local electric current to introduce the ions of a medicine into the tissues
sexual assault
sexual abuse
sex crime
sex offense
a statutory offense that provides that it is a crime to knowingly cause another person to engage in an unwanted sexual act by force or threat, most states have replaced the common law definition of rape with statutes defining sexual assault
statutory rape
carnal abuse
sexual intercourse with a person (girl or boy) who has not reached the age of consent (even if both parties participate willingly)
carnal abuse any lascivious contact by an adult with the sexual organs of a child (especially not involving sexual intercourse)
self-stimulation
self-abuse
manual stimulation of your own genital organ for sexual pleasure
education
instruction teaching pedagogy didactics
educational activity
the activities of educating or instructing, activities that impart knowledge or skill, he received no formal education, our instruction was carefully programmed, good classroom teaching is seldom rewarded
continuing education a program of instruction designed primarily for adult students who participate part-time
adult education a course (via lectures or correspondence) for adults who are not otherwise engaged in formal study
elementary education education in elementary subjects (reading and writing and arithmetic) provided to young students at a grade school
higher education education provided by a college or university
secondary education education beyond the elementary grades, provided by a high school or college preparatory school
misuse
abuse
improper or excessive use, alcohol abuse, the abuse of public funds
substance abuse
drug abuse
habit
excessive use of drugs
alcohol abuse
alcoholic abuse
alcoholism abuse
excessive use of alcohol and alcoholic drinks
resistance the military action of resisting the enemy's advance, the enemy offered little resistance
drug traffic
drug trafficking
narcotraffic
traffic in illegal drugs
resistance group action in opposition to those in power
sales resistance resistance by potential customers to aggressive selling practices
drug war conflict between law enforcement and those who deal in illegal drugs
passive resistance
nonviolent resistance
nonviolence
peaceful resistance to a government by fasting or refusing to cooperate
abortifacient
aborticide
abortion-inducing drug
a drug (or other chemical agent) that causes abortion
Adam
ecstasy
XTC
go
disco biscuit
cristal
X
hug drug
street names for methylenedioxymethamphetamine
adrenergic
adrenergic drug
drug that has the effects of epinephrine
antiarrhythmic
antiarrhythmic drug
antiarrhythmic medication
a drug used to treat an abnormal heart rhythm
antibacterial
antibacterial drug
bactericide
any drug that destroys bacteria or inhibits their growth
antibiotic
antibiotic drug
a chemical substance derivable from a mold or bacterium that can kill microorganisms and cure bacterial infections, when antibiotics were first discovered they were called wonder drugs
anticholinergic
anticholinergic drug
a substance that opposes or blocks the action of acetylcholine
anticonvulsant
anticonvulsant drug
antiepileptic
antiepileptic drug
a drug used to treat or prevent convulsions (as in epilepsy)
antidepressant
antidepressant drug
any of a class of drugs used to treat depression, often have undesirable side effects
antidiabetic
antidiabetic drug
a drug used to treat diabetes mellitus
antidiarrheal
antidiarrheal drug
a drug used to control or stop diarrhea
antidiuretic
antidiuretic drug
a drug that limits the formation of urine
antiemetic
antiemetic drug
a drug that prevents or alleviates nausea and vomiting
antihypertensive
antihypertensive drug
a drug that reduces high blood pressure
anti-inflammatory
anti-inflammatory drug
a medicine intended to reduce inflammation
antimalarial
antimalarial drug
a medicinal drug used to prevent or treat malaria
antineoplastic
antineoplastic drug
cancer drug
any of several drugs that control or kill neoplastic cells, used in chemotherapy to kill cancer cells, all have unpleasant side effects that may include nausea and vomiting and hair loss and suppression of bone marrow function
antiprotozoal
antiprotozoal drug
a medicinal drug used to fight diseases (like malaria) that are caused by protozoa
antiviral
antiviral agent
antiviral drug
any drug that destroys viruses
astringent
astringent drug
styptic
a drug that causes contraction of body tissues and canals
brand-name drug
proprietary drug
a drug that has a trade name and is protected by a patent (can be produced and sold only by the company holding the patent)
club drug a controlled substance that is usually taken by young people at dance clubs and raves
collector's item
showpiece
piece de resistance
the outstanding item (the prize piece or main exhibit) in a collection
cytotoxic drug any drug that has a toxic effect on cells, commonly used in chemotherapy to inhibit the proliferation of cancerous cells
designer drug a psychoactive drug deliberately synthesized to avoid anti-drug laws, mimics the effects of a banned drug, law was revised in to ban designer drugs
diuretic drug
diuretic
water pill
any substance that tends to increase the flow of urine, which causes the body to get rid of excess water
drug r a substance that is used as a medicine or narcotic
drug cocktail
highly active antiretroviral therapy
HAART
a combination of protease inhibitors taken with reverse transcriptase inhibitors, used in treating AIDS and HIV
drug of abuse
street drug
a drug that is taken for nonmedicinal reasons (usually for mind-altering effects), drug abuse can lead to physical and mental damage and (with some substances) dependence and addiction
fertility drug a drug used to increase a woman's fertility
fixedombination drug drug containing fixed amounts of two or more ingredients
gateway drug a habit-forming drug that is not addictive but its use may lead to the use of other addictive drugs, one college athlete recently called beer a gateway drug for young people
generic drug when the patent protection for a brand-name drug expires generic versions of the drug can be offered for sale if the FDA agrees, generic drugs are usually cheaper than brand-name drugs
hallucinogen
hallucinogenic drug
psychedelic drug
psychodelic drug
a psychoactive drug that induces hallucinations or altered sensory experiences
hard drug a narcotic that is considered relatively strong and likely to cause addiction
immunosuppressant
immunosuppressor
immunosuppressive drug
immunosuppressive
immune suppressant drug
a drug that lowers the body's normal immune response
lipid-lowering medicine
lipid-lowering medication
statin drug
statin
a medicine that lowers blood cholesterol levels by inhibiting HMG-CoA reductase
major tranquilizer
major tranquillizer
major tranquilliser
antipsychotic drug
antipsychotic agent
antipsychotic
neuroleptic drug
neuroleptic agent
neuroleptic
tranquilizer used to treat psychotic conditions when a calming effect is desired
medicine
medication
medicament
medicinal drug
(medicine) something that treats or prevents or alleviates the symptoms of disease
minor tranquilizer
minor tranquillizer
minor tranquilliser
antianxiety drug
anxiolytic
anxiolytic drug
a tranquilizer used to relieve anxiety and reduce tension and irritability
miotic drug
myotic drug
miotic
myotic
a drug that causes miosis (constriction of the pupil of the eye)
mydriatic
mydriatic drug
a drug that causes the pupil of the eye to dilate, used to aid eye examinations
nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory
nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drug
NSAID
an anti-inflammatory drug that does not contain steroids, NSAIDs inhibit the activity of both Cox- and Cox- enzymes
nontricyclic
nontricyclic drug
nontricyclic antidepressant
nontricyclic antidepressant drug
a class of antidepressant drugs that are not tricyclic drugs and do not act by inhibiting MAO
over-theounter drug
over-theounter medicine
a drug that is sold without a prescription
oxytocic
oxytocic drug
a drug that induces labor by stimulating contractions of the muscles of the uterus
pill birth control pill
contraceptive pill
oral contraceptive pill
oral contraceptive
anovulatory drug
anovulant
a contraceptive in the form of a pill containing estrogen and progestin to inhibit ovulation and so prevent conception
prescription drug
prescription
prescription medicine
ethical drug
a drug that is available only with written instructions from a doctor or dentist to a pharmacist, he told the doctor that he had been taking his prescription regularly
psychoactive drug
mind-altering drug
consciousness-altering drug
psychoactive substance
a drug that can produce mood changes and distorted perceptions
R-
Mexican valium
rophy
rope roofy
roach forget me drug
circle
street names for flunitrazepan
recreational drug a narcotic drug that is used only occasionally and is claimed to be nonaddictive
resistance pyrometer pyrometer that measures high temperatures by the resistance in a heated wire
resistance thermometer
platinum thermometer
thermometer that measures temperature by changes in the resistance of a spiral of platinum wire
resistor
resistance
an electrical device that resists the flow of electrical current
sedative
sedative drug
depressant
downer
a drug that reduces excitability and calms a person
sedative-hypnotic
sedative-hypnotic drug
a sedative that depresses activity of the central nervous system and reduces anxiety and induces sleep
soft drug a drug of abuse that is considered relatively mild and not likely to cause addiction
stimulant
stimulant drug
excitant
a drug that temporarily quickens some vital process
sulfa drug
sulfa
sulpha
sulfonamide
antibacterial consisting of any of several synthetic organic compounds capable of inhibiting the growth of bacteria that require PABA
tranquilizer
tranquillizer
tranquilliser
antianxiety agent
ataractic drug
ataractic agent
ataractic
a drug used to reduce stress or tension without reducing mental clarity
tricyclic
tricyclic antidepressant
tricyclic antidepressant drug
an antidepressant drug that acts by blocking the reuptake of norepinephrine and serotonin and thus making more of those substances available to act on receptors in the brain
truth serum
truth drug
an intravenous anesthetic drug that has a hypnotic effect, induces relaxation and weakens inhibitions, is believed to induce people to talk freely
virility drug
anti-impotence drug
drug to treat impotence attributable to erectile dysfunction
resistance (psychiatry) an unwillingness to bring repressed feelings into conscious awareness
education training
breeding
the result of good upbringing (especially knowledge of correct social behavior), a woman of breeding and refinement
resistance the degree of unresponsiveness of a diseaseausing microorganism to antibiotics or other drugs (as in penicillinesistant bacteria)
education the gradual process of acquiring knowledge, education is a preparation for life, a girl's education was less important than a boy's
physical education training in the development of and care for the human body, stresses athletics, includes hygiene
self-education
selfultivation
the process of educating yourself
special education education of physically or mentally handicapped children whose needs cannot be met in an ordinary classroom

 

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