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We are appealing to anyone who may have taken ecstasy to get checked out. The Sun (2016)They then found 1,500 ecstasy tablets in the property. The Sun (2016)Illegal drugs including Ecstasy and cannabis are being sold on a secret website and posted to homes in Britain. Times, Sunday Times (2017)There has been a recent revival of interest in its use alongside the ecstasy scene. Cohen, Julian & Kay, James Taking Drugs Seriously (1994)They are seen passing tablets of ecstasy to each other on their tongues. Times, Sunday Times (2010)He then moved on to ecstasy and harder drugs. The Sun (2015)Pals have claimed they saw her take cocaine and ecstasy. The Sun (2007)The eternal cycle of agony and ecstasy would see ecstasy prevailing. Times, Sunday Times (2012)He is the most pure and most capable of religious ecstasy. Times, Sunday Times (2014)There was coke and a big bag of ecstasy pills. The Sun (2008)Ecstasy use may be particularly dangerous for people who have heart or blood pressure problems. Cohen, Julian & Kay, James Taking Drugs Seriously (1994)The police said they had tested them and found they were ecstasy tablets. The Sun (2008)Our enthusiasm was tempered by the agony and ecstasy of the bus journeys. Davey, Ray Rev. & Cole, John A Channel of Peace (1993)Five grams of dope or five ecstasy pills could mean a jail sentence. The Sun (2006)At least one of the men had also used ecstasy. The Sun (2006)Is this a look of agony or ecstasy? Times, Sunday Times (2013)They then took marijuana, cocaine and ecstasy and did it again. Times, Sunday Times (2008)So presumably he's taken ecstasy for the same reason? Times, Sunday Times (2008)She was also thought to have been taking ecstasy, cocaine and marijuana. The Sun (2010)There is something incredibly seductive about religious ecstasy, giving yourself over to that divine feeling. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Should the legal classification of the drug Ecstasy be downgraded? Times, Sunday Times (2009)More youngsters take it than get high on ecstasy, cocaine and ketamine combined. The Sun (2014)She remains an equivocal role model: religious ecstasy is tricky in a secular age. Times, Sunday Times (2015)THE number of people who have taken ecstasy coming to my treatment centres has increased over the past year. The Sun (2011)But as ecstasy use is illegal in most countries, few scientific studies have been carried out to determine its harmful effects. The Sun (2011)

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British English: ecstasy /ˈɛkstəsɪ/ NOUN
Ecstasy is a feeling of great happiness.
I raised my arms in ecstasy when I won.
  • American English: ecstasy
  • Arabic: نَشْوَة
  • Brazilian Portuguese: êxtase
  • Chinese: 狂喜
  • Croatian: ekstaza
  • Czech: extáze
  • Danish: ekstase
  • Dutch: extase
  • European Spanish: éxtasis
  • Finnish: ekstaasi
  • French: extase
  • German: Ekstase
  • Greek: έκσταση
  • Italian: estasi
  • Japanese: エクスタシー
  • Korean: 무아경
  • Norwegian: begeistring
  • Polish: zachwyt
  • European Portuguese: êxtase
  • Romanian: extaz
  • Russian: экстаз
  • Latin American Spanish: éxtasis
  • Swedish: extas
  • Thai: ความปิติยินดีอย่างล้นพ้น
  • Turkish: coşku
  • Ukrainian: захват
  • Vietnamese: trạng thái mê ly

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