Definition of 'aspirin'
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The same link did not apply to aspirin or paracetamol. The Sun (2016)It's taken as aspirin in Russia. Times, Sunday Times (2016)We need to do proper trials to establish whether aspirin can reduce the risk of cancer returning. Times, Sunday Times (2016)What about those wonder drugs aspirin and statins? The Sun (2009)You can take an aspirin and fight your way through it. The Sun (2008)As soon as you recognise these signs take simple painkillers such as aspirin or ibuprofen. Times, Sunday Times (2007)But nowadays this treatment is as familiar a part of our medicine cabinet as paracetamol or aspirin. The Sun (2008)Some experts suggest that taking aspirin with milk reduces stomach irritation. Times, Sunday Times (2010)They take an aspirin and think they will be fine. Times, Sunday Times (2008)It is also possible to unintentionally combine aspirin based drugs with other medicines and this could be dangerous. The Medicine Chest - your family's guide to prescription drugs (1988)Common treatments include paracetamol and aspirin. Times, Sunday Times (2016)One hundred aspirin and a bottle of Bulgarian red. Times, Sunday Times (2016)If they took just aspirin or ibuprofen regularly, the risk was four times higher than normal. The Sun (2010)Ten years of aspirin reduced the chance by 60 per cent. The Sun (2014)Taking certain drugs including aspirin may worsen it, too. The Sun (2015)By thinning the blood, aspirin reduces the risk of this happening. The Sun (2008)Recent American research suggested that most patients could recover from the condition by taking aspirin or heart drugs. Times, Sunday Times (2010)I have been told that a half tablet of aspirin a day is also good for the brain cells. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Healthy people should not take aspirin to ward off a heart attack because the risks outweigh the benefits, researchers say. Times, Sunday Times (2009)A daily dose of aspirin or ibuprofen was found to protect against the second most common form of the disease. The Sun (2014)Use paracetamol rather than aspirin. The Sun (2008)Although taking aspirin may reduce the odds of having a heart attack or stroke, those odds are pretty small in the first place. Times, Sunday Times (2009)An aspirin tablet, chewed slowly, can help. The Sun (2010)He'll probably advise you take aspirin, too. The Sun (2009)Do not use aspirin for pain; rather a small dose of paracetamol, or homoeopathic remedies if your doctor uses them. M. E. Post-Viral Fatigue Syndrome - How To Live With It (1989)I know blokes don't know much about health but surely you've heard of paracetamol or aspirin? The Sun (2009)
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Translations for 'aspirin'
British English: aspirin /ˈæsprɪn/ NOUN
Aspirin is a mild drug which reduces pain and fever.
- American English: aspirin
- Arabic: أَسْبيرين
- Brazilian Portuguese: aspirina
- Chinese: 阿司匹林
- Croatian: aspirin
- Czech: aspirin
- Danish: aspirin
- Dutch: aspirine
- European Spanish: aspirina
- Finnish: aspiriini
- French: aspirine
- German: Aspirin
- Greek: ασπιρίνη
- Italian: aspirina
- Japanese: アスピリン
- Korean: 아스피린
- Norwegian: aspirin
- Polish: aspiryna
- European Portuguese: aspirina
- Romanian: aspirină
- Russian: аспирин
- Spanish: aspirina
- Swedish: aspirin
- Thai: ยาแอสไพริน
- Turkish: aspirin
- Ukrainian: аспірин
- Vietnamese: thuốc aspirin
Definition of aspirin from the Collins English Dictionary
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