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shroom

 (shro͞om)
n. Slang
A mushroom, especially one taken as a psychedelic drug.

[Short for mushroom.]

shroom

(ʃruːm; ʃrʊm)
n
(Recreational Drugs) short for magic mushroom
vb (intr)
(Recreational Drugs) to take magic mushrooms for their intoxicating effects
[C21: shortening of mushroom]
ˈshroomer n
Translations
sienitaikasieni
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