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expand_more Lembrem-se que este é um cancro muito raro, este cancro viciado em BRD4.
A carta fez-me lembrar um toxicodependente que nega a sua realidade, viciado em subsídios.
No mundo ocidental somos viciados em comer carne: um desperdício maciço de recursos.
Exemplos de uso
Exemplos de uso para "addicted" em português
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EnglishHere in the Western world, we are addicted to eating meat: a massive waste of resources.
EnglishThe letter reminded me of a drug addict in denial, addicted to subsidies.
EnglishFirstly, it is not good for people to become addicted to drugs.
EnglishFive per cent of men and 1% of women are addicted to alcohol.
EnglishThe addicted individual needs to be actively involved in these efforts.
EnglishNow this is a very rare cancer, this BRD4-addicted cancer.
EnglishA shocking number of children are addicted to drugs, alcohol, nicotine and medicines.
EnglishFor the past five years the Commission has become fatally addicted to constitutional change.
EnglishThese are opium-addicted people on the roofs of Kabul 10 years after the beginning of our war.
EnglishThe problem lies with us: we've become addicted to experts.
EnglishWe are addicted to the pursuit of profit and economic gain.
EnglishWe know that the fewer the young people who try drugs in the first place, the smaller the number who will become addicted.
EnglishFor instance, you could find women who feel "addicted" in their 20s when it was cloudy in Bangladesh.
EnglishWe know that the fewer the young people who try drugs in the first place, the smaller the number who later become addicted.
EnglishThe primary concern of any drugs policy must be to help those who are addicted - to offer therapy.
EnglishSuch policies leave the addicts addicted.
EnglishIn the European Union, our economy is addicted, and this addiction is fuelled by imported oil and gas.
EnglishYou are so addicted to that stuff, Sally.
EnglishThere is always a risk - irrespective of what we choose to call it - an imminent risk that individuals will become addicted.
EnglishThis BRD4-addicted cancer was growing throughout his left lung, and he had a chest tube in that was draining little bits of debris.
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