Translation of cannabis in Spanish:

cannabis

cáñamo, n.

Pronunciation: /ˈkænəbəs//ˈkanəbɪs/

noun

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    (plant) cáñamo masculine
    (plant) cannabis masculine
    (drug) hachís masculine
    (drug) cannabis masculine
    • Last March, cocaine, ecstasy and cannabis resin were found at Rear Cross on the Tipperary border, and at Hyde Road in Limerick.
    • They seized some cannabis bush and cannabis resin from a caravan in the back garden and the couple were arrested, but a thorough search of the house revealed no further drugs.
    • Heroin and cannabis resin with an estimated street value of £120,000 was seized by the Garda National Drugs Unit as part of Operation Jumbo.
    • However, they are brought into contact with criminals every time they purchase cannabis.
    • Should more research be done into the use of cannabis to treat arthritis?
    • They believe the factory had grown at least one full crop of cannabis plants.
    • On searching the defendant's bedroom he found a container with enough cannabis resin to make 35 cigarettes.
    • They found drugs, including cocaine and cannabis resin, together with drugs equipment.
    • So that is a fairly large population of people out there who are using cannabis.
    • Increasing numbers of teenagers are using cannabis, according to a recent health survey.
    • The plant, cannabis sativa, is native to Asia, but is now widely cultivated in Europe.
    • Thus published data do not support the characterisation of cannabis as a risk factor for mortality.
    • Moreover, as the judge rightly said, there was no evidential basis upon which he could conclude that these transactions might have related to Class A drugs and not cannabis resin.
    • Dr Martin forward a private members' bill to decriminalize cannabis in some circumstances.
    • When he was arrested in a cul-de-sac police found 12 kilos of cannabis in his van.
    • The drug dealers used the switches on heated lamps to grow their cannabis.
    • He added that more information about the health risks of using cannabis also needed to be made available.
    • Attitudes towards cannabis among the police, many politicians and the public are changing.
    • Why then would the Government ignore all of this and refuse to review the status of cannabis?
    • Police issued a warrant to search the youngster's home where a small quantity of cannabis was found.
    • The Liberal Democrats cower behind a feeble pledge to establish a Royal Commission on cannabis.
    • The leaves, stalks and seeds of the cannabis plant look like greeny-brown tobacco.
    • The Government will not make any moves to legalise cannabis in this term of Parliament.
    • The St Peter's School pupils were found out when one, a 15-year-old girl, was discovered with a cigarette lighter, cigarette papers and cannabis resin.
    • When officers went to arrest her they found she was growing cannabis plants.