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detox de·tox (dē-tŏks')
v. de·toxed, de·tox·ing, de·tox·es
To subject to detoxification. n. (dē'tŏks')
A section of a hospital or clinic in which patients are detoxified.
To free someone of a narcotics addiction; detoxify: I jumped in and out of opium habits but eventually de-toxed for good/ We can detox a heroin addict in three weeks (Narcotics)