smackhead


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smackhead

(ˈsmækˌhɛd)
n
(Recreational Drugs) slang Brit a person who is addicted to heroin
Translations

smackhead

[ˈsmækhɛd] n (= heroin addict) → accro mf à l'héro

smackhead

n (sl)Heroinfixer(in) m(f)
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When you area smackhead you are so ashamed, it's the worse thing you can possibly be.
Once a smackhead broke into her house and she hit him with a poker despite having had a stroke.
Curwood and his girlfriend, the mother of his two children, went to a friend's flat where he was heard to say: "Nobody turns my sister into a smackhead.
Welsh describes the smackhead as a "closet romantic," someone who refuses to accept life's limitations.
Thorpe told police: "They called me a smackhead and a scruffy cow.
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But he is also bidding farewell to his late wife Sheila (laid out in a coffin in the bar) and their prodigal smackhead son Carl (Keir Howard).
He writes during a spell in rehab earlier this year that "smack and needle-free we shall marry in the summer and I become 10 times happier than any given smackhead.
In school I used to get bullied, and called a smackhead, because I didn't have all the stuff I needed which they had.
Gill still had the knife when police arrived on the scene in Steele Crescent to arrest her, and she told them "I only tackled him because he called me a smackhead.