Definition of 'detox'
Example sentences containing 'detox'
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They are jam-packed with antioxidants too that help detox the system. The Sun (2016)There are also a few offers on detox programmes for those who insist. Times, Sunday Times (2007)She is also on a prescription for methadone and is hoping to go on a detox programme. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Like a detox programme for the overburdened modern mind. Times, Sunday Times (2009)How were we going to help him detox when he was incontinent and immobile? Times, Sunday Times (2008)Claims to detox and help you lose weight. The Sun (2007)Tuscany may not be the first location that most sane people would choose to undergo a detox diet for a week. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Try going on a detox programme. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Normally, they have to wait three or four months to get on the detox programme. Times, Sunday Times (2006)If he is found to be suffering from the effects of drugs he can be given methadone and admitted to a detox programme. Times, Sunday Times (2006)It would better if he got a detox programme behind bars, where he can't walk out when he feels like a drink. The Sun (2010)Shocked at this new low, she agrees to seek help, but is appalled when the doctor refers her to a detox centre. The Sun (2015)This was not a detox diet, though I have lost amazing amounts of weight. Times, Sunday Times (2010)YOU might have promised yourself some detox pills, a detox diet, a detox weekend and so on. The Sun (2009)
Trends of 'detox'
Used Rarely. detox is in the lower 50% of commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Translations for 'detox'
British English: detox NOUN
Detox is treatment given to people who are addicted to drugs or alcohol in order to stop them from being addicted.
A patient going through acute detox will have an assigned nurse nearby.
Definition of detox from the Collins English Dictionary
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