Translation of morphia in Spanish:


morfina, n.

Pronunciation /ˈmɔrfiə//ˈmɔːfɪə/



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    morfina feminine
    • At last, unable to bear her suffering, he and his sister Annie put an overdose of morphia in her milk.
    • His mother was wasted and almost ashen in the morning with the morphia.
    • Paul and Annie give her morphia to stop her pain.
    • The dying were given water or brandy and had their pain eased by morphia.
    • But… he gave each of them a ‘shot’ of morphia, whereupon all traces of fatigue vanished.
    • The sick man lay unutterably weak and spent, kept alive by morphia and by drinks, which he sipped slowly.
    • Surgeons would attempt to stupefy the patient with alcohol, opium, or morphia, but with little effect.