Definition of 'laxative'
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All I had to do was take laxatives back at home and that would be it. The Sun (2013)Sharing a family meal each day improved attitudes to eating, leading to less anorexia and use of diet pills or laxatives to control weight. The Sun (2008)After all, a lecturer won't tell you not to mix sleeping pills and laxatives. The Sun (2009)
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Translations for 'laxative'
British English: laxative /ˈlæksətɪv/ NOUN
A laxative is food or medicine that you take to make you go to the toilet.
Foods that ferment quickly in the stomach are excellent natural laxatives.
- American English: laxative
- Arabic: مُلَيِّـنٌ
- Brazilian Portuguese: laxante
- Chinese: 轻泻剂
- Croatian: laksativ
- Czech: projímadlo
- Danish: afføringsmiddel
- Dutch: laxeermiddel
- European Spanish: laxante
- Finnish: ulostuslääke
- French: laxatif
- German: Abführmittel
- Greek: καθαρτικό
- Italian: lassativo
- Japanese: 緩下剤
- Korean: 완하제
- Norwegian: avføringsmiddel
- Polish: środek przeczyszczający
- European Portuguese: laxante
- Romanian: laxativ
- Russian: слабительное
- Spanish: laxante
- Swedish: laxeringsmedel
- Thai: ยาระบาย
- Turkish: müshil
- Ukrainian: проносне
- Vietnamese: thuốc nhuận tràng
Definition of laxative from the Collins English Dictionary
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