Definition of 'addicted'
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Some sources said he had become dangerously addicted. The Sun (2009)For those who become addicted there should be more access to treatment. Times, Sunday Times (2008)The habit of constructing toy models of this sort is one to which theoretical physicists easily become addicted. Infinite in All Directions (1989)It should also be noted that twice as many in this country become addicted to alcohol compared with all other drugs combined. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Rather, they seem to make smokers more likely to become addicted and to smoke more heavily. Times, Sunday Times (2009)You can't get physically addicted to it. Times, Sunday Times (2012)I worry he will become addicted and it will get worse. The Sun (2016)I have become totally addicted to internet quizzes. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Either way, it sounds as though you've become addicted. The Sun (2012)This is going to mess you up and you'll get really addicted'. The Sun (2015)Then, four years ago, she decided to try the longer distance and admits to having become addicted to the challenge. Times, Sunday Times (2007)It's a walk to which he has become addicted - it gives him a purpose he cannot find elsewhere in life. Times, Sunday Times (2009)To my shame, I have become addicted. The Sun (2011)You also need them to understand that this is a good reason for not experimenting because it is so easy to become addicted,' he says. Times, Sunday Times (2008)I knew it was wrong but I had become totally addicted. The Sun (2008)I've been around too many people damaged by growing up with alcoholic or addicted parents to think that your husband's behaviour is fine. Times, Sunday Times (2006)
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British English: addicted /əˈdɪktɪd/ ADJECTIVE
Someone who is addicted to a harmful drug cannot stop taking it.
Many of the women are addicted to heroin.
- American English: addicted
- Arabic: مُدْمِن
- Brazilian Portuguese: viciado
- Chinese: 成瘾的
- Croatian: ovisan
- Czech: závislý drogy
- Danish: afhængig
- Dutch: verslaafd
- European Spanish: adicto
- Finnish: riippuvainen jostakin
- French: drogué
- German: süchtig
- Greek: εθισμένος
- Italian: dipendente
- Japanese: 常習的な
- Korean: 중독된
- Norwegian: avhengig
- Polish: uzależniony
- European Portuguese: viciado
- Romanian: dependent
- Russian: пристрастившийся
- Spanish: adicto
- Swedish: beroende
- Thai: ทำให้ติดยาเสพติด
- Turkish: bağımlı
- Ukrainian: залежний
- Vietnamese: bị nghiện
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