English to Catalan Meaning of poison - tòxic

Poison :

tòxic, verí, perdició, UPA, joia, pedra preciosa, malaltia

fer sèptic, enverinar, tòxic, amargar, exacerbar, pervertit, distorsionar, clau anglesa, corrupte, profanar, contaminar, infectar

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Definitions of poison in English
Noun(1) any substance that causes injury or illness or death of a living organism(2) anything that harms or destroys
Verb(1) spoil as if by poison(2) kill with poison(3) add poison to(4) kill by its poison(5) administer poison to
Examples of poison in English
(1) the late 1930s, when Nazism was spreading its poison(2) The green color comes from copper sulphate, a common agricultural poison .(3) Homeowners should install a good carbon monoxide detector to make sure none of this deadly poison is present in their homes.(4) The hearings helped purge the poison from the American body politic.(5) Keynes' dream to overthrow the classical order of Adam Smith was greatly influenced by Marx's poison .(6) Our silence for long years has encouraged Holocaust deniers, revisionists, baiters and haters to spread their poison .(7) A North Yorkshire training company has been chosen to act as a safeguard against terrorists trying to poison the food chain.(8) But if someone made the effort to poison the arrow, it probably isn't a very good sign.(9) he tried to poison his wife(10) In this story, Florida itself has been ÔÇÿclosed,ÔÇÖ the poison of the space program having corrupted the entire state.(11) I've gotta ban that woman from the Net before her poison spreads to everyone!(12) When he first became Director of the Court New Zealand plays were ÔÇÿbox office poison ÔÇÖ.(13) The real ones are far worse but I dare not mention them lest their owners or fans of the owners come around one night and burn my house down or poison my dog.(14) He does not have the means to spread his poison beyond the confines of this small country.(15) meanwhile he is spreading his poison over the Internet(16) Stupid laws contaminate those charged with enforcing them at the first level and then become exponentially more costly as their poison spreads through other layers of the economy.
Related Phrases of poison
(1) poison ivy ::
Heura verinosa
(2) to poison ::
al verí
(3) poison oak ::
roure verinós
(4) poison pill ::
píndola de verí
(5) deadly poison ::
verí mortal
(6) poison dart frog ::
granota verinosa
(7) poison arrow ::
fletxa enverinada
1. toxin ::
2. malice ::
3. poisonous substance ::
substància verinosa
4. give poison to ::
verí per donar
5. contaminate ::
6. pollute ::
7. prejudice ::
8. envenom ::
Different Forms
poison, poisoned, poisoner, poisoners, poisoning, poisonings, poisonous, poisons
Word Example from TV Shows
No horse can cross the poison water.

No horse can cross the POISON water.

Game of Thrones Season 1, Episode 7

A girl will poison the rum.

A girl will POISON the rum.

Game of Thrones Season 6, Episode 5

I'd never seen
the poison work before.

I'd never seen the POISON work before.

Game of Thrones Season 7, Episode 3

Now, since no one knows
when or if the poison has been released...

Now, since no one knows when or if the POISON has been released...

The Big Bang Theory Season 1, Episode 17

Residue of the most rare
and terrible poison

Residue of the most rare and terrible POISON

Game of Thrones Season 4, Episode 6

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