white out -> καλύπτω με μπλάνκο, διορθώνω με μπλάνκο, καλύπτω, κρύβω, δεν έχω ορατότητα λόγω χιονόπτωσης, υφίσταμαι σοβαρές παρενέργειες από χρήση κάνναβης, υφίσταμαι σοβαρές παρενέργειες από χρήση ναρκωτικών

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white out -> καλύπτω με μπλάνκο, διορθώνω με μπλάνκο, υφίσταμαι σοβαρές παρενέργειες από χρήση κάνναβης, υφίσταμαι σοβαρές παρενέργειες από χρήση ναρκωτικών

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whiting out

white out
1. To cover or obscure something completely in or with a white substance. Often used in passive constructions.
Several of the names on the official document had been whited out.
The terrible snow storm whited the sky out, making it impossible for pilots to take off.
2. slang To be rendered unconscious, insensible, or extremely nauseated from recreational drug use, especially cannabis. Typically accompanied by a sickly pallor.
No thanks, I don't smoke pot anymore—I white out whenever I try it.
You whited out hard last night, dude. You couldn't even understand what I was saying to you!
white out
v.
1. To erase or cover something so that it cannot be seen or read: I whited out the information on my computer screen. Some of the words in the passage were whited out, and the students had to fill them in.
2. To cause something or someone to be rendered incapable of seeing the surrounding area because of falling or blowing snow: The drivers were completely whited out during the blizzard.
https://idioms.thefreedictionary.com/Whiting+out

‘Greening out’ (also known as ‘whiting out’) is a term used to describe a situation where a person feels sick after smoking cannabis. They go pale (turning ‘green’ or ‘white’) and start to sweat; they feel dizzy and nauseous, and may even start vomiting. The experience can be quite frightening and users can become very anxious and start to panic. In extreme cases, the person may experience prolonged vomiting and even hallucinations. Cannabis users often report that the only way they can alleviate these symptoms is to lie down.
Greening out is often described as a ‘cannabis overdose’ and is much more likely to occur if the user has been drinking alcohol before they start smoking. Research evidence shows that because there is alcohol in the bloodstream, the THC (the part of cannabis that gets you stoned) is absorbed much faster. This can result in a much stronger and often far more unpleasant effect than usual.
http://darta.net.au/wordpress-content/uploads/2017/03/YPA-2017-LOOKING-AFTER-GREENING-OUT.pdf
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