Definition of Vicodin in English:

Vicodin

Syllabification: Vi·co·din
Pronunciation: /ˈvīkəˌdin
 
/

noun

trademark
An analgesic drug containing acetaminophen and hydrocodone (an opioid resembling codeine), also used as a recreational drug.

Origin

1970s: from Vi- (of unknown origin) + cod- (in codeine) + -in1..

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