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dope

(dōp),
1. Any drug, either stimulating or depressing, administered for its temporary effect, or taken habitually or addictively.
2. To administer or take such a drug.
[Dutch, doop, sauce]

dope

Etymology: AS, dyppan, to dip
Usage notes: slang,
morphine, heroin, or another opioid; marijuana; or another substance illicitly bought or sold and often self-administered for sedative, hypnotic, euphoric, or other mood-altering purposes.
Computers noun An impurity deliberately added to a semiconductor to improve its performance
Materials science verb To add or incorporate a substance or other additive to a chemical compound of interest, with the intent of improving or altering performance parameters
Sports medicine verb See Doping
Substance abuse noun A generic and popular term for any recreational drug, almost invariably referring to a narcotic—e.g., heroin—but also marijuana
Vox populi noun A dolt, dummy, pinhead

dope

Substance abuse A generic and popular term for any recreational drug, almost invariably referring to a narcotic–eg, heroin, but also marijuana

dope

(dōp)
1. Any drug, either stimulating or depressing, administered for its temporary effect, or taken habitually or addictively.
2. To administer or take such a drug.
[Dutch, doop, sauce]

dope

A slang expression for any narcotic or addictive drug.

dope

(dōp) Colloq.
Any drug, either stimulating or depressing, administered for its temporary effect, or taken habitually or addictively.
[Dutch, doop, sauce]

dope,

n a colloquial term denoting a drug taken temporarily or habitually without medical cause and that is intended to alter mood.
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After the Vijay Hazare Trophy, the team of dope control officials head to Guwahati for the knockout stages of the Deodhar Trophy and the Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy later this month.
Asif, who is presently under provincial suspension by the ICC for his alleged involvement in the spot-fixing scandal, also served a 12-month suspension in 2008-2009 for flunking a dope test during the Indian Premier League (IPL).
But the recent reports in which eight lifters from Railways were found positive in dope tests, shows the ineffectiveness of the new executive committee in taking corrective action.
Indian lifters have often been found on the wrong side of the law and despite umpteen number of dope cases that have come to the fore, the IWLF has failed to arrest the worrying trend.
Sheer nonsense," said WFI's Kartar Singh when he heard Kripa Shankar's claim that no dope test was carried out in the last eight months.
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This is a circular argument of course--'we will only trust accounts of dope use that end in ruin, because dope use always ends in ruin.
Punchlines are a dope part of hip-hop, especially if you have dope punchlines with triple meanings.
In Hoosiers Gene Hackman notes that "most people would kill to be treated like a god, just for a few moments," so why wouldn't they inject a little testosterone or dope their blood a bit?
Comparing the utility levels with and without doping, an athlete will dope if and only if [[delta].
Pre-race favourite Alexandre Vinokourov and Italian rider Cristian Moreni were thrown out of the event after failing dope tests with their respective teams, Astana and Cofidis, also leaving the race.
Six Indian weightlifters did not pass dope tests the World Anti-Doping Agency and National Anti-Doping Agency conducted in September 2009.