Definición de mandragora en inglés:

mandragora

Saltos de línea: man¦drag|ora
Pronunciación: /manˈdraɡərə
 
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sustantivo

literary
The mandrake, especially when used as a narcotic.
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Among the plants and herbs that were sacred to Hecate was the mandragora or mandrake.
  • There were attempts at anesthesia to reduce pain: sponges were impregnated with opium or mandragora and placed in the mouth or nose.
  • Here's Cleopatra calling out ‘give me mandragora, that I might sleep’.

Origen

Old English, via medieval Latin from Latin and Greek mandragoras.

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