addict (one) to

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addict (one) to

To become, or cause someone else to become, dependent on a particular substance or thing. That first use of cocaine addicted me to it. So many people have addicted themselves to caffeine.
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addict someone to something

to cause someone to become habituated to something, usually alcohol or some another drug. The hospital personnel were thought to have addicted John to morphine. She ended up addicting herself to the substance.
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Google has thousands of engineers, and like other Silicon Valley technology companies in the "attention economy," the company uses psychological techniques to addict us to its services so it can sell our attention to advertisers.
Cocores says, "At the root of overeating, poor health and obesity is the power of processed foods -- most of our diet -- to actually biologically and neurologically addict us to food.