DICTIONARY

hallucinate

動詞
  • ja

    幻覚を起こす

    Globify による定義
  • en

    to see, hear, or experience something that is not real, usually because of lack of sleep, sickness, or drug use

    Globify による定義
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From the life raft, after more than 3 hours of fear and struggle,
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the 20-year-old pilot believes he has started to hallucinate as he sees what he describes as an apparition.
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First a dark spot, then a submarine emerges.
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Rosalie had developed a condition known as Charles Bonnet Syndrome
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in which patients with either impaired vision or total blindness
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suddenly hallucinate whole scenes in vivid color.
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Some people have no imagination and I mean that in a literal sense.
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While others can read a book and hallucinate a magical world of wizards and friendship,
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these people see nothing.
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Now, at high doses, ketamine seems to block glutamate.
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That's why it's such an effective anesthetic.
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But in low doses, like what you might find at a club or in a spray of the FDA-approved drug esketamine,
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it actually ramps up glutamate production, and that comes with all kinds of side effects.
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It can make you hallucinate or feel as though you're losing touch with reality.
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MDMA doesn't usually make people hallucinate like LSD,
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and users still retain some control over their thoughts.
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But many researchers consider it a psychedelic
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because it changes perception and alters your mental state.