narcotize


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narcotize

 [nahr´ko-tīz]
to put under the influence of a narcotic.

narcotize

/nar·co·tize/ (nahr´ko-tīz) to put under the influence of a narcotic.

narcotize

(när′kə-tīz′)
tr.v. narco·tized, narco·tizing, narco·tizes
1. To place under the influence of a narcotic.
2. To put to sleep; lull.
3. To dull; deaden.

nar′co·ti·za′tion (-tĭ-zā′shən) n.

narcotize

[när′kətiz]
to subject to the influence of narcotics.

narcotize (när´kōtīz),

v to render unconscious by use of narcotics.

narcotize

to put under the influence of a narcotic.
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