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1. combination

noun. ['ˌkɑːmbəˈneɪʃən'] a collection of things that have been combined; an assemblage of separate parts or qualities.

Synonyms

  • complexion
  • haplotype
  • colour scheme
  • color scheme
  • accumulation
  • assemblage
  • amalgam
  • collection

Antonyms

  • segregate
  • disassortative mating
  • assortative mating
  • endogamy

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2. combination

noun. ['ˌkɑːmbəˈneɪʃən'] the act of combining things to form a new whole.

Synonyms

  • jointure
  • combining
  • blend
  • uniting
  • mixture
  • integration
  • interspersal
  • affixation
  • confusion
  • blending
  • fusion
  • change of integrity
  • unification
  • mix
  • union
  • admixture
  • interspersion
  • conjugation
  • temperance
  • intermixture
  • commixture
  • consolidation
  • compounding
  • mixing

Antonyms

  • detribalisation
  • detribalization
  • decentralization
  • segregation

3. combination

noun. ['ˌkɑːmbəˈneɪʃən'] a group of people (often temporary) having a common purpose.

Synonyms

  • unit

Antonyms

  • artifact
  • fauna

4. fixed

adjective. ['ˈfɪkst'] (of a number) having a fixed and unchanging value.

Antonyms

  • unwire

5. fixed

adjective. ['ˈfɪkst'] fixed and unmoving.

Synonyms

  • rigid
  • nonmoving
  • unmoving

Antonyms

  • untie
  • unstaple
  • unbar
  • unzip

6. fixed

adjective. ['ˈfɪkst'] incapable of being changed or moved or undone; e.g. "frozen prices".

Synonyms

  • frozen

Antonyms

  • mobile
  • live

7. fixed

adjective. ['ˈfɪkst'] securely placed or fastened or set.

Synonyms

  • geostationary
  • taped
  • secure
  • firm
  • geosynchronous
  • unadjustable
  • leaded
  • fast
  • stationary

Antonyms

  • insecure
  • unlock
  • unpin
  • unfasten

8. drug

noun. ['ˈdrʌg'] a substance that is used as a medicine or narcotic.

Synonyms

  • abortion-inducing drug
  • abortifacient
  • generic drug
  • myotic
  • diuretic
  • anti-TNF compound
  • agent
  • medication
  • medicinal drug
  • synergist
  • aborticide
  • anaesthetic agent
  • medicament
  • excitant
  • psychotropic agent
  • miotic drug
  • pentoxifylline
  • stimulant drug
  • soporific
  • psychoactive drug
  • stimulant
  • Feosol
  • Lorfan
  • drug of abuse
  • levallorphan
  • hypnotic
  • dilator
  • relaxant
  • pharmacopoeia
  • proprietary drug
  • myotic drug
  • diuretic drug
  • street drug
  • controlled substance
  • mind-altering drug
  • intoxicant
  • psychoactive substance
  • anti-impotence drug
  • miotic
  • fertility drug
  • brand-name drug
  • Trental
  • anaesthetic
  • medicine
  • mydriatic
  • arsenical
  • botanical
  • suppressant
  • virility drug
  • antagonist
  • antisyphilitic
  • appetite suppressant
  • narcotic
  • anesthetic agent
  • water pill
  • agonist
  • Fergon
  • mydriatic drug
  • consciousness-altering drug

Antonyms

  • brand-name drug
  • synergist
  • antagonist
  • sensible

Etymology

  • drogge (Middle English (1100-1500))
  • drogue (Middle French (ca. 1400-1600))

9. drug

verb. ['ˈdrʌg'] administer a drug to.

Synonyms

  • anesthetise
  • o.d.
  • put out
  • poison
  • narcotize
  • medicate
  • put under
  • anesthetize
  • anaesthetise
  • narcotise
  • dope up
  • anaesthetize
  • overdose
  • dose
  • medicine

Antonyms

  • noncausative
  • special agent
  • general agent
  • prescription medicine

Etymology

  • drogge (Middle English (1100-1500))
  • drogue (Middle French (ca. 1400-1600))

10. drug

verb. ['ˈdrʌg'] use recreational drugs.

Synonyms

  • free-base
  • do drugs
  • ingest
  • have
  • take a hit
  • inject
  • trip out
  • get off
  • snort
  • take in
  • trip
  • turn on
  • consume
  • dope
  • take
  • drop

Antonyms

  • over-the-counter medicine
  • over-the-counter drug
  • prescription drug
  • depressant

Etymology

  • drogge (Middle English (1100-1500))
  • drogue (Middle French (ca. 1400-1600))
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