LSD


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LSD 1

 (ĕl′ĕs-dē′)
n.
A crystalline compound, C20H25N3O, derived from lysergic acid and used as a powerful hallucinogenic drug. Also called acid.

[l(y)s(ergic acid) d(iethylamide).]

LSD 2

abbr.
least significant digit

LSD

n
(Recreational Drugs) lysergic acid diethylamide; a crystalline compound prepared from lysergic acid, used in experimental medicine and taken illegally as a hallucinogenic drug. Informal name (as an illegal hallucinogen): acid

LSD

(ˈɛlˌɛsˈdi)
n.
lysergic acid diethylamide: a crystalline solid, C20H25N3O, the diethyl amide of lysergic acid, a powerful psychedelic drug that produces temporary hallucinations and a psychotic state.

L.S.D.

1. least significant digit.
2. pounds, shillings, and pence.
[< Latin librae, solidī, dēnāriī]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.LSD - a powerful hallucinogenic drug manufactured from lysergic acid
controlled substance - a drug or chemical substance whose possession and use are controlled by law
drug of abuse, street drug - a drug that is taken for nonmedicinal reasons (usually for mind-altering effects); drug abuse can lead to physical and mental damage and (with some substances) dependence and addiction
hallucinogen, hallucinogenic drug, psychedelic drug, psychodelic drug - a psychoactive drug that induces hallucinations or altered sensory experiences
Translations
hallucinogén kábítószerLSD

LSD

N ABBR
1. (Drugs) =lysergic acid diethylamideLSD m
2. (Brit) (formerly) =librae, solidi, denarii (= pounds, shillings and pence) antigua moneda británica

LSD

[ˌɛlɛsˈdiː] n abbr
(=lysergic acid diethylamide) → LSD m
(British) (=pounds, shillings and pence) système monétaire en usage en GB jusqu'en 1971

LSD

abbr of lysergic acid diethylamideLSD nt

lsd

n (old Brit inf: = money) → Geld nt, → Pinke f (inf)

LSD

[ˌɛlɛsˈdiː] n abbr
a. =lysergic acid diethylamideLSD m
b. (Brit) =pounds, shillings and pence sistema monetario in vigore in Gran Bretagna fino al 1971

LSD

V. lysergic acid diethylamide.
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