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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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