In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1heroína femeninobefore noun heroin dealer — traficante de heroína femenino
- heroin user — usuario de heroína
- The defence said that all these had been triggered by his heroin addiction and the need to get cash to feed it.
- Using heroin through injection has many associated risks, mainly from sharing needles, which is common among injectors.
- The chemists targeted provide the heroin substitute methadone to addicts under the Methadone Treatment Scheme.
- There was a small article about Cobain having an accidental heroin overdose in Italy.
- Any person trying heroin or any addictive drug for the first time knows that it can hook you.
- Prescription heroin maintenance was standard practice in England from the 1920s to 1960s.
- Yes, the use of heroin and harder drugs has also risen steadily there over a similar period.
- At that time, street heroin use was virtually unknown in Australia.
- I got into heroin when a mate came to my flat and asked if he could use the toilet.
- When he was 16, his mother, a heroin addict, killed herself.
- After all, we give heroin addicts methadone don't we?
- Due to this classification, it does not incur such penalties as cocaine or heroin do.
- In the past he had been addicted to heroin and crack cocaine but was now trying to get treatment and detox.
- Caffeine is addictive and hooks you in the same way as amphetamines, cocaine and heroin.
- Adrian died of a heroin overdose which some of his friends thought was deliberate.
- It is widely used as a substitute for patients who are attempting to combat addiction to heroin.
- Hand guns and heroin were seized by drugs squad police in the latest Crack Down raids.
- People say it is the start of the slippery slope to harder things like cocaine and heroin.
- About $1.5 million worth of pure South American heroin is sold in the city every day.
- In each case, the drug user had been injecting heroin into subcutaneous tissue.
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