meth

[meth]

Origin of meth

by shortening

meth-

  1. a combining form representing methyl in compound words: methenamine.

Meth.

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Examples from the Web for meth

Contemporary Examples of meth

Historical Examples of meth

  • Meth signifies "death," and schaal means "to ask," or "to demand."

  • He felt as though he had just taken a quart of meth at one jolt—intravenously.

    Brink of Madness

    Walter J. Sheldon

  • Come away, Joan, he'th prob'bly all over coal dutht and all of a meth.

    More William

    Richmal Crompton


British Dictionary definitions for meth

meth

noun informal
  1. short for methamphetamine
  2. short for methadone

meth-

combining form
  1. indicating a chemical compound derived from methane or containing methyl groupsmethacrylate resin

Meth.

abbreviation for
  1. Methodist
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Word Origin and History for meth
n.

colloquial abbreviation of methedrine, attested from 1967.

Online Etymology Dictionary, © 2010 Douglas Harper

meth in Medicine

meth

[mĕth]
n.
  1. Methamphetamine hydrochloride.

meth-

pref.
  1. Methyl:methane.
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