Definition of 'pill'
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Can skincare in a pill make you look younger? Times, Sunday Times (2016)Then we take a chill pill for a second and we just listen. The Sun (2016)To sugar the pill, give recent stamp duty payers a tax holiday for a few years. Times, Sunday Times (2016)It's a bitter pill to swallow. The Sun (2016)There were pink pills and blue pills. Times, Sunday Times (2008)The printer leaves regular air gaps in the construction to give the pill its highly porous structure. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Would you trust a pill to make you smart? The Sun (2008) Sleeping pills tumbled onto the bed and the floor. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Maybe the kind of people who take sleeping pills are more likely to have other problems. Times, Sunday Times (2012)What is the best time to take pills for heartburn? Times, Sunday Times (2012)He is no longer making pill cabinets or medicine cabinets or any kind of cabinets. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Then he must have swallowed the red pill. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Why does only one side have to swallow the bitter pill of forgive and forget? The Sun (2014)No need for the little blue pills. Times, Sunday Times (2012)So did the pills give you these odd ills? The Sun (2015)There is no secret sauce or magic pill that will make a church grow or prosper. Christianity Today (2000) Sleeping pills should be a last resort. Beat Stress (1992)He takes pills to make himself look ill and old. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Is there a better pill to swallow for pain? The Sun (2010)Fifty years ago people thought by now we would be eating all our food in powder or pill form. The Sun (2013)The next morning he coldly told her to buy the morning-after pill. The Sun (2012)A sugar pill is a pill with no medicine at all in it. PLACEBO: The Belief Effect (2003)Large pills become small ones. Times, Sunday Times (2009)By, for example, measuring how your arm length changes when pills are placed by your body. Times, Sunday Times (2015)
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Translations for 'pill'
British English: pill /pɪl/ NOUN
Pills are small solid round masses of medicine or vitamins that you swallow.
Why do I have to take all these pills?
- American English: pill
- Arabic: حَبَّةُ دَوَاء
- Brazilian Portuguese: comprimido
- Chinese: 药丸
- Croatian: pilula
- Czech: pilulka
- Danish: pille
- Dutch: pil
- European Spanish: pastilla
- Finnish: pilleri
- French: pilule
- German: Pille
- Greek: χάπι
- Italian: compressa
- Japanese: 丸薬
- Korean: 알약
- Norwegian: pille
- Polish: pigułka
- European Portuguese: comprimido
- Romanian: pastilă
- Russian: пилюля
- Spanish: pastilla
- Swedish: piller
- Thai: ยา
- Turkish: hap
- Ukrainian: пігулка
- Vietnamese: viên thuốc
Definition of pill from the Collins English Dictionary
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