Translation of opiate in Spanish:

opiate

opiato, n.

Pronunciation /ˈoʊpiət//ˈəʊpɪət//ˈoʊpiˌeɪt/

noun

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    opiato masculine
    narcótico masculine
    • Drugs counsellors generally agree that residential treatment is the only means by which most addicts will permanently quit opiates - heroin, cocaine and methadone.
    • A survey of general practitioners in Leicestershire has shown they are seriously dissatisfied with the systems in place for handling controlled drugs such as opiates.
    • Spanish pharmacies had become paradises for dope fiends, and heroin users often maintained themselves with opiates and tranquilizers obtained in these facilities.
    • Lifestyle factors such as smoking, drug use (especially cocaine or opiates like heroin) and excessive alcohol consumption can affect sexual function.
    • A legal opiate analog such as methadone may be substituted for the abused opiate, with the methadone dosage then slowly reduced.
    • On the other hand, the state increased its regulation of legally manufactured drugs such as amphetamine, opiates, opioids, and, to a lesser extent, barbiturates and tranquilizers.
    • No errors were found for current dependency on amphetamine, opiates, PCP, hallucinogens, and inhalants.
    • The agents treat opiate addiction by preventing symptoms of withdrawal from heroin and other opiates.
    • The results of a urine toxicology screen were positive for opiates and cocaine.
    • The 10-minute test can detect cannabis up to 14 days after it is taken, but only three to five days after cocaine, amphetamines or opiates are used.
    • Methadone is a synthetic opiate, similar to heroin, that blocks the effects of heroin and eliminates withdrawal symptoms.
    • Drugs such as opiates and cocaine are clearly very enjoyable, and users often report that such drugs produce intense feelings of pleasure.
    • Powdered morphine, which is an opiate, sprinkled directly on the wound and oral opium also were used widely as analgesics.
    • Any painkillers containing opiates, such as laudanum, were out of the question until the concussion went away.
    • The specimens are tested for marijuana, cocaine, opiates, amphetamines, PCP, and five other drugs.
    • Whether it be alcohol, cannabis, opiates, Khat, cocaine, nicotine or merely caffeine, few of us seem able to face life without chemical crutches.
    • A urine drug screen for cocaine, opiates, and methamphetamine was conducted on each potential participant.
    • In this case, the drug was an opiate called Percocet, a prescription pain medication.
    • There is no difference between men and women on lifetime prevalence of cannabis, cocaine, amphetamines, opiates, or sedatives.
    • This is a shortcoming that is probably unavoidable and applies to all double blind studies comparing opiates with other drugs.