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  1. poison

    • IPA[ˈpoiz(ə)n]

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    • n.
      a substance that is capable of causing the illness or death of a living organism when introduced or absorbed;something that has a destructive or corrupting influence
    • v.
      administer poison to (a person or animal), either deliberately or accidentally;adulterate or contaminate with poison
    • verb: poison, 3rd person present: poisons, gerund or present participle: poisoning, past tense: poisoned, past participle: poisoned

    • noun: poison, plural noun: poisons

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    • n.
      a North American climbing shrub related to poison ivy and having similar properties.

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    • n.
      poisonous gas or vapour, used especially to disable an enemy in warfare.

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    • n.
      a tactic used by a company threatened with an unwelcome takeover bid to make itself ... poison-pill defences

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    • n.
      a North American climbing plant of the cashew family that secretes an irritant oil from its ...

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    • n.
      a North American climbing plant which secretes an irritant oil from its leaves that can cause ...

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    • n.
      a North American climbing shrub of the cashew family, closely related to poison ivy and having ...

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    • n.
      a tactic used by a company threatened with an unwelcome takeover bid to make itself ... poison-pill defenses

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    • n.
      poisonous gas or vapor, used especially to disable or kill an enemy in warfare.

    Oxford American Dictionary

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    • IPA[ˈpɔɪz(ə)n]

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    • n.
      a substance that is capable of causing the illness or death of a living organism when ... he killed himself with poison strong chemical poisons
    • v.
      administer poison to (a person or animal), either deliberately or accidentally: someone had tried to poison me

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