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  1. sub·stance
    IPA[ˈsəbstəns]
  2. noun

  3. Variation

    • n.: noun: substance, plural noun: substances

    • noun

      a particular kind of matter with uniform properties:

      an intoxicating, stimulating, or narcotic chemical or drug, especially an illegal one:

    • noun

      a compound thought to be involved in the synaptic transmission of pain and other nerve impulses. It is a polypeptide with eleven amino-acid residues.
    • essentially
    • noun

      overindulgence in or dependence on an addictive substance, especially alcohol or drugs.
    • essentially
    • noun

      a compound thought to be involved in the synaptic transmission of pain and other nerve impulses. It is a polypeptide with eleven amino-acid residues.
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