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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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However, particularly the more elaborate models that have been deveoped recently show that everything is possible depending on the circumstances: sometimes all athletes will be doped, sometimes nobody; in some cases, the stronger athlete has an incentive to cheat, and in others, it is the weaker athlete; sometimes athletes dope with a probability of 100%, and in other situations, that probability is (much) lower.
The BCCI has been conducting dope tests in the IPL and the Champions League T20 since the inception of the two tournaments, although they were introduced in other Indian domestic competitions only last year during the knockout stages of the Vijay Hazare Trophy.
Announcing the decision, the NADA said that the footballer has managed to prove that his dope violation was not intentional, and therefore, his suspension stands revoked with immediate effect.
Having one's name in the RTP does pose a threat to the athlete that he/ she may be subjected to dope tests without any intimation.
It will now become a regular feature in domestic cricket across all formats and the BCCI has hired an international company -- International Dope Tests and Management ( IDTM) -- for the whole procedure.
Earlier this year, the IWLF was slapped a fine of a whopping $ 500,000 by the International Weightlifting Federation for the repeated dope offences of Indian lifters.
The players- Shahid Afridi, Muhammad Yousuf, Shoaib Akhtar and Umar Akmal-submitted their urine samples for the dope tests in London, the Daily Times reports.
The wrestler said none of the Indian wrestlers has been subjected to random dope testing in the last eight months.
Tests will be conducted randomly for the medal winners and the intelligence will also give its input about the athletes who need to be tested for dope," Chander said on Friday.
A Dope Centre has been set up at the Games Village while the Command Centre will be at the Games Headquarters.
Dope Control is very important from legal and ethical point of view.