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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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Le gouvernement avait opte pour la derogation en vue de doper les projets d'investissements.
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BoltCOs triumph comes 20 years after the most notorious doper of them all, Ben Johnson, produced an equally devastating performance in Seoul only to be revealed as a cheat within days.
You can't call him a bone-dumb doper, because that would be an insult to bone-dumb dopers.
Twell, who missed out on Euro junior gold in 2007 to Romanian doper Cristina Vasiloiu, said: "I'm glad I've not been part of it.
En pleine crise diplomatique avec la Chine, le nouveau gouvernement conservateur japonais a annonce avant-hier mardi qu'il prevoyait de consacrer rapidement 1,6 milliard d'euros au renforcement des equipements militaires dans le cadre d'une rallonge budgetaire destinee a doper l'economie.
EC l'approche des fetes du Nouvel An, les revendeurs clandestins des boissons alcoolisees profitent de l'occasion pour doper leur [beaucoup moins que]chiffre d'affaires[beaucoup plus grand que], tant la demande sur ces produits augmente en ces periodes de celebration des fetes de fin d'annee.
L'hypothese la plus plausible avancee par les scientifiques est que ce compose pourrait doper le metabolisme s'il est pris sous la forme de complements alimentaires.