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Items purchased there had been used to grow cannabis. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Vietnamese cannabis farms are closely linked to the nail bars we exposed last week. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Another has been busy setting up a cannabis factory. Times, Sunday Times (2015)They found nine cannabis plants and drugs gear in his cellar. The Sun (2013)One kept confusing cannabis and cocaine and kept mixing up which youngsters were involved. Taking Drugs Seriously (1994)An outbuilding at the property was an established cannabis factory. Times, Sunday Times (2016)He has campaigned for less punishment for people caught with softer drugs such as cannabis. The Sun (2006)He has previous convictions for possessing drugs from cannabis to cocaine as well as gun offences. The Sun (2012)He was convicted six times for possessing cannabis. Times, Sunday Times (2015)So it is a bitter irony that a clinic should close and be turned into a cannabis farm. The Sun (2015)They seemed not to notice or mind that her greenhouse was home to a healthy crop of cannabis plants. Times, Sunday Times (2014)The first is the cannabis use. The Sun (2009)Growing cannabis plants is an offence. Taking Drugs Seriously (1994)Archaeologists found traces of opium poppies, cannabis and beer in tombs. The Sun (2014)It's become an adjunct to alcohol or cannabis use. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Vietnamese gangs have also specialised in trafficking their own countrymen to Britain to work on cannabis farms. Times, Sunday Times (2015)POLICE searching for a missing person stumbled across a cannabis factory in a psychiatric hospital. The Sun (2014)
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British English: cannabis /ˈkænəbɪs/ NOUN
Cannabis is a drug which some people smoke. It is illegal in many countries.
- American English: cannabis
- Arabic: قِنَّبٌ هِنْدِيّ
- Brazilian Portuguese: maconha
- Chinese: 大麻
- Croatian: kanabis
- Czech: marihuana
- Danish: cannabis
- Dutch: cannabis
- European Spanish: hachís
- Finnish: kannabis
- French: cannabis
- German: Cannabis
- Greek: κάναβη
- Italian: cannabis
- Japanese: 大麻
- Korean: 칸나비스
- Norwegian: cannabis
- Polish: konopie indyjskie
- European Portuguese: cannabis
- Romanian: canabis
- Russian: гашиш
- Spanish: mariguana
- Swedish: cannabis
- Thai: กัญชา
- Turkish: esrar bitki
- Ukrainian: канабіс
- Vietnamese: ma túy làm từ cây gai dầu
Definition of cannabis from the Collins English Dictionary
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