Translation of amphetamine in Spanish:

amphetamine

anfetamina, n.

Pronunciation /amˈfɛtəmɪn//æmˈfɛdəˌmin//æmˈfɛdəˌmɪn//amˈfɛtəmiːn/

noun

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    anfetamina feminine
    • These include amphetamines, antidepressant drugs, caffeine, corticosteroids and lithium.
    • Historical evidence suggests that law enforcement has been useful in the control of alcohol, tobacco, amphetamine, and opioids.
    • Ritalin is a stimulant whose effects are similar to those of amphetamine, methamphetamine and cocaine.
    • The claimant said that she committed her offences in order to raise cash for drugs, those drugs being originally amphetamine and later heroin.
    • Nicotine has a similar addiction liability profile to cocaine, morphine, or amphetamine.
    • At that point, they either come to treatment or they switch to another drug, typically amphetamine.
    • Cocaine and amphetamine have been associated with non-cardiogenic pulmonary oedema and a dilated cardiomyopathy.
    • Experts expect in the coming years a boom of synthetic drugs such as amphetamines and Ecstasy, which are even more dangerous.
    • She was a heroin addict and used amphetamines, but had started a methadone programme when she learned she was pregnant.
    • A drugs haul of heroin, cannabis, cocaine, amphetamines and ecstasy tablets were seized in raids on 27 houses.
    • However, we should note that the most popular drug used by teenagers was marijuana, not amphetamine.
    • In neither case did urine screening detect cocaine, amphetamines, or other abused drugs.
    • Heroin, amphetamine, cocaine and cannabis were hidden in large canisters of glue.
    • These were followed by methadone, then amphetamines and methamphetamines.
    • Caffeine is addictive and hooks you in the same way as amphetamines, cocaine and heroin.
    • Scientists don't know much about how drugs like amphetamine and Prozac interact in young children.
    • In fact, daily use of tobacco seems to correlate more to the use of cocaine and amphetamine than does occasional use of cannabis.
    • By the time he was 21, he was downing two and a half bottles of rum a day, washed down by cannabis, cocaine, amphetamines and heroin.
    • The stimulant drugs are based on amphetamine and carry a risk of sudden death from fatal heart rhythms.
    • The hypertensive effects of cocaine and amphetamines also are sympathomimetic.