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I took an aspirin

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  • aspirin — n. 1) to take (an) aspirin 2) an aspirin tablet (he took two aspirin tablets; or: he took two aspirins) * * * [ æsprɪn] to take (an) aspirin an aspirin tablet (he took two aspirin tablets; or: he took two aspirins) …   Combinatory dictionary

  • aspirin — /as peuhr in, prin/, n., pl. aspirin, aspirins. 1. Pharm. a white, crystalline substance, C9H8O4, derivative of salicylic acid, used as an anti inflammatory agent and to relieve the pain of headache, rheumatism, gout, neuralgia, etc.;… …   Universalium

  • aspirin — noun ADJECTIVE ▪ soluble ▪ low dose ▪ baby (esp. AmE) ▪ coated (esp. AmE) … OF ASPIRIN ▪ dos …   Collocations dictionary

  • Aspirin — Asprin redirects here. For the author, see Robert Asprin. Aspirin …   Wikipedia

  • History of aspirin — The history of aspirin and the medical use of it and related substances stretches back to antiquity, though pure aspirin ( acetylsalicylic acid or ASA ) has only been manufactured and marketed since 1899. Medicines made from willow and other… …   Wikipedia

  • take the edge off something — phrase to make a strong feeling less strong Aspirin will usually take the edge off the pain. The thought briefly took the edge off her enjoyment. Thesaurus: to become, or to make something weakersynonym Main entry: edge * * * take the ˈedge off… …   Useful english dictionary

  • 2010 Copiapó mining accident — Copiapó mining accident redirects here. For the 2006 accident in the Carola Agustina mine, see 2006 Copiapó mining accident. 2010 Copiapó mining accident Rescue efforts at San José Mine near Copiapó, Chile on 10 August 2010 Date …   Wikipedia

  • relieve — verb (relieved; relieving) Etymology: Middle English releven, from Anglo French relever to raise, relieve, from Latin relevare, from re + levare to raise more at lever Date: 14th century transitive verb 1. a. to free from a burden ; give aid or… …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • help — I. verb Etymology: Middle English, from Old English helpan; akin to Old High German helfan to help, and perhaps to Lithuanian šelpti Date: before 12th century transitive verb 1. to give assistance or support to < help a child with homework > 2. a …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • vanish — vanisher, n. vanishingly, adv. vanishment, n. /van ish/, v.i. 1. to disappear from sight, esp. quickly; become invisible: The frost vanished when the sun came out. 2. to go away, esp. furtively or mysteriously; disappear by quick departure: The… …   Universalium

  • swallow — 1. verb /ˈswɒləʊ,ˈswɑ.loʊ/ a) To cause (food, drink etc.) to pass from the mouth into the stomach; to take into the stomach through the throat. What the liquor was I do not know, but it was not so strong but that I could swallow it in great gulps …   Wiktionary


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