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cocaine División en sílabas: co·caine
Pronunciación: /kōˈkān/
/ˈkōˌkān/

Definición de cocaine en inglés:

sustantivo

An addictive drug derived from coca or prepared synthetically, used as an illegal stimulant and sometimes medicinally as a local anesthetic.
Oraciones de ejemplo
  • All this time would be much better used in trying to catch those selling heroin or cocaine, drugs which kill.
  • This is a pathetic argument, as everybody knows drugs like heroin and cocaine destroy lives.
  • When I was sixteen I went to clubs and took ecstasy, cocaine or any other drugs connected to that scene.
Sinónimos
informal coke, crack (cocaine), blow, freebase, nose candy, rock, snow

Origen

Mid 19th century: from coca + -ine4.

Palabras que riman con cocaine

abstain, appertain, arcane, arraign, ascertain, attain, Bahrain, bane, blain, brain, Braine, Cain, Caine, campaign, cane, cinquain, chain, champagne, champaign, Champlain, Charmaine, chicane, chow mein, Coleraine, Coltrane, complain, constrain, contain, crane, Dane, deign, demesne, demi-mondaine, detain, disdain, domain, domaine, drain, Duane, Dwane, Elaine, entertain, entrain, explain, fain, fane, feign, gain, Germaine, germane, grain, humane, Hussein, inane, Jain, Jane, Jermaine, Kane, La Fontaine, lain, lane, legerdemain, Lorraine, main, Maine, maintain, mane, mise en scène, Montaigne, moraine, mundane, obtain, ordain, Paine, pane, pertain, plain, plane, Port-of-Spain, profane, rain, Raine, refrain, reign, rein, retain, romaine, sane, Seine, Shane, Sinn Fein, skein, slain, Spain, Spillane, sprain, stain, strain, sustain, swain, terrain, thane, train, twain, Ujjain, Ukraine, underlain, urbane, vain, vane, vein, Verlaine, vicereine, wain, wane, Wayne

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