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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishsyringesy‧ringe1 /səˈrɪndʒ/ noun [countable]  needle_syringe.jpg MHMDan instrument for taking blood from someone’s body or putting liquid, drugs etc into it, consisting of a hollow plastic tube and a needle syn hypodermic
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syringeBThe closet is empty, save for a syringe and spoon stored on a tiny ledge.They also operate a syringe exchange.He says it's vital that drug users have access to supplies of clean syringes.He creeps into the caves himself, armed only with a torch and a sedative-containing syringe on a pole.She broke open the capsule, which had no brand name on it, and filled the syringe.It is essential that patients ensure there are no leaks of insulin where the infusion set is connected to the syringe.This is why people should never share their syringes.