ua fai ma vaisu
- ua fai ma vaisunonaddictive
Adjective(1) causing or characterized by addiction
(1) She was told that both drugs are addictive and will no longer be prescribed for her.(2) Others ascribe continued support to widespread ignorance of the addictive mentality.(3) Appetite suppressants should be totally avoided because they are addictive .(4) Caffeine is addictive and hooks you in the same way as amphetamines, cocaine and heroin.(5) An addictive personality, he is now off the drugs, though he still drinks a bit.(6) Let us assume that you have decided, at least for the time being, to stop or cut back your addictive behavior.(7) Fonts are fun, but they can also be addictive .(8) Many patients to whom it will be given will have addictive personalities.(9) My main concern is the fact that some of these young ones are forced into illegal drug activity by addictive parents.(10) This was a show that was original, unique, instantly addictive .(11) Lovers come and go, often as far as the altar, but there is little indication of an addictive womaniser.(12) Jack, on the other hand, is an addictive optimist.(13) As anyone who has experienced addiction will tell you, changing addictive behavior is not an easy thing to do.(14) And for a man who confesses to having an addictive personality, his main vice is now mostly confined to words.(15) Politics is addictive .(16) For many mildly (or not so mildly) addictive modern commodities, the attraction is itself dangerous.
(1) addictive :: ua fai ma vaisu
1. habit-forming ::
avea ma mausa
2. addicting ::
3. causing dependency ::
Different Formsaddictive, nonaddictive
English to Samoan Dictionary: addictive
Meaning and definitions of addictive, translation in Samoan language for addictive with similar and opposite words. Also find spoken pronunciation of addictive in Samoan and in English language.
Tags for the entry "addictive"
What addictive means in Samoan, addictive meaning in Samoan, addictive definition, examples and pronunciation of addictive in Samoan language.