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All nicotine replacements do is reduce the cravings and mood swings a bit. The Sun (2017)LAGS banned from smoking in jail are making cigs out of nicotine patch glue and tea bags. The Sun (2016)There will also be more rigorous laws on flavours and the strength of nicotine liquids used. Times, Sunday Times (2016)She advised people to take nicotine patches or gum. Times, Sunday Times (2007)It will be far less easy to waft away a nicotine addiction. The Sun (2014)Another downer is that nicotine chewing gum gives you hiccups. Times, Sunday Times (2010)It aims to give smokers a proper understanding of nicotine addiction and withdrawal symptoms. Times, Sunday Times (2007)And selling nicotine gums and patches may be made easier. The Sun (2008)The belief that smoking is a physical addiction is what the popular nicotine " patches " trade on. Self-Hypnosis (1994)Relatives who want to smoke on hospital grounds should be sold a nicotine replacement in hospital shops instead. Times, Sunday Times (2013)The consultation is also expected to include measures that make it easier to sell nicotine replacement gums and patches. Times, Sunday Times (2008)There have been extensive tests and surveys by addiction clinics claiming to prove that smoking constitutes a physical addiction to nicotine. Self-Hypnosis (1994)The battery-powered plastic devices contain liquid nicotine and produce vapour when smoked. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Well, not since nicotine replacement first became available on prescription. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Now he'll try to stop using nicotine patches and an inhaler. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Couldn't they just use nicotine patches? Times, Sunday Times (2007)A study published this month shows it is more effective than nicotine replacement patches. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Two chemicals in tobacco smoke, nicotine and carbon monoxide, are particularly damaging. Times, Sunday Times (2007)The devices, which frequently resemble a normal cigarette, work by heating a cartridge of liquid containing nicotine. Times, Sunday Times (2013)
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Translations for 'nicotine'
British English: nicotine /ˈnɪkəˌtiːn/ NOUN
Nicotine is an addictive substance in tobacco.
Nicotine produces a feeling of well-being in the smoker.
- American English: nicotine
- Arabic: نِيكُوتِيـنٌ
- Brazilian Portuguese: nicotina
- Chinese: 尼古丁
- Croatian: nikotin
- Czech: nikotin
- Danish: nikotin
- Dutch: nicotine
- European Spanish: nicotina
- Finnish: nikotiini
- French: nicotine
- German: Nikotin
- Greek: νικοτίνη
- Italian: nicotina
- Japanese: ニコチン
- Korean: 니코틴
- Norwegian: nikotin
- Polish: nikotyna
- European Portuguese: nicotina
- Romanian: nicotină
- Russian: никотин
- Spanish: nicotina
- Swedish: nikotin
- Thai: สารนิโคตินในยาสูบหรือบุหรี่
- Turkish: nikotin
- Ukrainian: нікотин
- Vietnamese: chất nicotine
Definition of nicotine from the Collins English Dictionary
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