Translation of hemp in Spanish:

hemp

Pronunciation: /hemp/

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  • 1.1 (fiber) cáñamo (m)
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    • As a fabric, hemp is sturdy, strong and comfortable.
    • It was damnably uncomfortable, having a lump on one's head the size of a fist and tied with strong hemp rope.
    • Trombly points out that the strong fiber produced by hemp and kenaf blends well with the weaker post-consumer recycled paper.
    1.2 (drug) marihuana (f), cannabis (m)
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    • According to rules laid down by the Standing Committee of the National People's Congress, opium, heroin, morphine, hemp, cocaine and other addictive narcotics are banned.
    • Subsequently, the Commission's conclusion was that the physical, moral and mental effects of hemp drugs, if used in moderation, were not adverse.
    • Habit-forming and hard-to-kick addictions such as overindulgence in alcohol, heroin, hemp, Ecstasy, and an almost limitless palette of hard drugs should be avoided like the plague.
    1.3 (plant) cannabis (m), cáñamo (m) índico or de la India
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    • It's part of a long-running battle to get the Government to relax the restrictions on growing hemp for food and fibre.
    • They'd already experimented with less common cereal crops and discovered that hemp, once traditionally grown in the area, thrived in the warm, wet climate of the southwest.
    • The only unfortunate thing is that hemp has to be grown to see its cannabinoid component, and it then needs to be tested to see whether it exceeds 0.3 percent.
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    • A number of herbs including oleander, adonis, black Indian hemp, black hellebore, lily-of-the-valley, squill, and strophanthus contain an active cardiac glycoside that can potentiate digoxin.

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