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meth

[ meth ]
/ mɛθ /
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noun Slang.
methamphetamine; Methedrine.
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Origin of meth

By shortening

Other definitions for meth (2 of 3)

meth-

a combining form representing methyl in compound words: methenamine.

Other definitions for meth (3 of 3)

Meth.

abbreviation
Methodist.
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How to use meth in a sentence

British Dictionary definitions for meth (1 of 3)

meth
/ (mɛθ) /

noun informal
short for methamphetamine
short for methadone

British Dictionary definitions for meth (2 of 3)

meth-

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

British Dictionary definitions for meth (3 of 3)

Meth.

abbreviation for
Methodist
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Medical definitions for meth (1 of 2)

meth
[ mĕth ]

n.
Methamphetamine hydrochloride.

Medical definitions for meth (2 of 2)

meth-

pref.
Methyl:methane.
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