drug

drȗg m <V drȗže, N mn drȕgovi/drȗzi jez. knjiž.>
DEFINICIJA
1. osoba vezana s kim prijateljstvom, solidarnošću i kolegijalnim odnosima [dobar drug]; drugar
2. onaj koji je ravan [školski drug]; drugar, parnjak
3. a. riječ za oslovljavanje u Komunističkoj partiji i nekim drugim političkim organizacijama b. pov. riječ za oslovljavanje na službenom mjestu, posebno u prosvjetnoj službi od vremena 2. svjetskog rata do 1990. [druže učitelju; druže direktore]
FRAZEOLOGIJA
i drug formula za partnerski poslovni odnos u trgovini i proizvodnji; kompanjon [Frković i drug];
tko je lud ne budi mu drug posl. čuvaj se ludih ljudi, ne slijedi svakakve ludosti, ne prepuštaj se lošem utjecaju
ONOMASTIKA
m. os. imena: Drȕgomīr, Ràdidrug zast.; hip.: Drȗg, Drúgeš
pr.: Drȗga (Bjelovar, Podravina), Drȕgčević (Križevci), Drȗgović (Slavonski Brod, I Slavonija), Drȕško (110, Ivanec, Zagorje, Prigorje, I Slavonija), Drȕšković (130, Korčula, Buje, sred. Dalmacija, Pokuplje), Drȗzović (Velika Gorica, Podravska Slatina, Varaždin), Drȕžak (Karlovac), Družéić (Split, sred. Dalmacija), Drȕžeta (120, Pula, Istra), Drȕžetić (110, Pazin, Pula), Družìanić (Osijek, Makarska, Ploče), Drúžić (250, Zagreb, Omiš, sred. Dalmacija), Družìjanić (280, Metković, J i sred. Dalmacija), Drȕžin (Daruvar, Bjelovar), Družínac (Požega, Kutina), Družínec (320, Zagorje, Moslavina, Z Slavonija), Drȕžinić (100, Varaždin); (nadimačka, jak kao još pola drugog čovjeka): Pȍdrūg (780, sred. Dalmacija, Zagora), Podrùgač (Sesvete), Podrúgović (I Slavonija), Poldrùgač (490, Prigorje, Sveti Ivan Zelina), Pòldrugo (Labin, kvarnerski otoci), Poldrúgovac (160, Labin, Istra), Svèdrūžić (Krapina, Zagreb, Baranja)
ETIMOLOGIJA
prasl. *drugъ (rus., polj. drug) ← ie. *dhrowghos (lit. draugas, got. gadrauhts: vojnik)

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  • drug — [drʌg] noun [countable] 1. a medicine or substance for making medicines; = PHARMACEUTICAL: • a drug used in the treatment of cancer • a drugs company ˌover the ˈcounter ˌdrug abbreviation OTC drug …   Financial and business terms

  • drug — drug·gery; drug·get; drug·gist; drug·gist·er; drug; drug·less; an·ti·drug; drug·gie; drug·gy; drug·ola; mul·ti·drug; poly·drug; …   English syllables

  • drug — DRUG, (1, 2) drugi, s.m., (3) druguri, s.n. 1. s.m. Bară de fier sau de lemn având diverse întrebuinţări (în lucrări de construcţii). ♦ (înv.) Lingou. 2. s.m. Fiecare dintre cele două lemne groase, sprijinite pe câte două picioare, care… …   Dicționar Român

  • Drug — Drug, n. [F. drogue, prob. fr. D. droog; akin to E. dry; thus orig., dry substance, hers, plants, or wares. See {Dry}.] 1. Any animal, vegetable, or mineral substance used in the composition of medicines. [1913 Webster] Whence merchants bring… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • drug — n Drug, medicinal, pharmaceutical, biologic, simple are comparable when they denote a substance used by it self or in a mixture with other substances for the treatment of or in the diagnosis of disease. Drug is the ordinary comprehensive term in… …   New Dictionary of Synonyms

  • drug — [drug] n. [ME drogge < OFr drogue < ? LowG drooge (fat), dry (cask), the adj. mistaken as the name of the contents: see DRY] 1. any substance used as a medicine or as an ingredient in a medicine which kills or inactivates germs, or affects… …   English World dictionary

  • drug — I noun alterant, analgesic, anesthetic, anesthetic agent, anodyne, antibiotic, chemical substance, curative preparation, medical preparation, medicament, medicamentum, medication, medicinal component, medicinal ingredient, narcotic preparation,… …   Law dictionary

  • Drug — Drug, v. t. 1. To affect or season with drugs or ingredients; esp., to stupefy by a narcotic drug. Also Fig. [1913 Webster] The laboring masses . . . [were] drugged into brutish good humor by a vast system of public spectacles. C. Kingsley. [1913 …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • drug up — ˌdrug ˈup [transitive] [present tense I/you/we/they drug up he/she/it drugs up present participle drugging up past tense …   Useful english dictionary

  • Drug — (dr[u^]g), v. i. [See 1st {Drudge}.] To drudge; to toil laboriously. [Obs.] To drugge and draw. Chaucer. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

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