Translation of nicotine in Spanish:

nicotine

nicotina, n.

Pronunciation /ˈnɪkəˌtin//ˈnɪkətiːn/

noun

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    nicotina feminine
    before noun nicotine chewing gum chicle de / con nicotina masculine
    • nicotine poisoning nicotinismo
    • nicotine stain mancha de nicotina
    • My experience with many smokers has led me to believe that nicotine is not the evil thing it is made out to be.
    • Despite the risks, marijuana was nowhere near as addictive as nicotine, he said.
    • Heavy doses of sugar and caffeine can hook you just as easily as nicotine or crack cocaine.
    • Many of them do themselves further harm by smoking, because nicotine suppresses appetite.
    • The experts at the service explain just how much nicotine is going into you, how much is in one cigarette and why we become addicted.
    • Even in adolescence, many smokers are addicted to nicotine and would like to stop smoking.
    • Caffeine, for example, is a powerful stimulant, while the nicotine in cigarettes is a sedative.
    • He took out a cigarette and lighted it, taking his time to draw in the smoke and nicotine.
    • These laws offer a promising framework for the regulation of nicotine, including tobacco products.
    • The nicotine in tobacco smoke causes both physical and psychological dependence.
    • These patches contain nicotine and cost roughly the same as cigarettes do.
    • I understand these results are based on the amount of nicotine found in the bloodstream.
    • When you stop smoking, the withdrawal from nicotine can be as difficult as withdrawing from heroin or cocaine.
    • It blocks the effects of nicotine but does not precipitate withdrawal symptoms.
    • Tar and nicotine travels over the placenta and in large amounts will kill the fetus.
    • At the end of the day, tar is far more dangerous than cannabis and nicotine is far more addictive than cannabis.
    • I have every sympathy for those smokers who continue to be addicted to nicotine.
    • While a person is smoking, nicotine reaches the brain faster than drugs that enter the body directly through the veins.
    • Non-smokers who are exposed to smoke absorb nicotine and other compounds just as smokers do.
    • That the chemical nicotine is why people smoke has been known for more than 60 years.