Spanish translation of ‘marijuana’
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Examples of ‘marijuana’ in a sentence
He was addicted to a stronger strain of skunk cannabis but demand for it won’t disappear if marijuana is legalised.
They then took marijuana, cocaine and ecstasy and did it again.
But if she is going to be a force for good, odds are it will be in the field of medical marijuana.
I brought all her marijuana plants down and planted them around the swimming pool.
In Ibiza you are allowed two marijuana plants per house for home consumption.
The villagers leave him food, alcohol and marijuana.
Behind them is a huge marijuana plant.
But they also voted to legalise marijuana.
Police found alcohol and marijuana at the house but do not know if they were a factor.
The country is likely to legalise marijuana after a bill was approved by the coalition government.
The marijuana is allegedly grown in Jamaica.
They also found a stash of cocaine, marijuana and a weighing scale.
Three-quarters of Americans supported the use of marijuana for medical purposes.
Would your son feel comfortable about declaring that alcohol and marijuana were not allowed at his party?
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