Administer drugs to (a racehorse, greyhound, or athlete) in order to inhibit or enhance sporting performance
the horse was doped before the race
Be heavily under the influence of drugs, typically illegal ones
he was so doped up that he can't remember a thing
Treat (food or drink) with drugs
maybe they had doped her Perrier
Regularly take illegal drugs
Smear or cover with varnish or other thick liquid
she doped the surface with photographic emulsion
Add an impurity to (a semiconductor) to produce a desired electrical characteristic
A drug taken illegally for recreational purposes, esp. marijuana or heroin
A drug given to a racehorse or greyhound to inhibit or enhance its performance
A drug taken by an athlete to improve performance
he failed a dope test
A stupid person
though he wasn't an intellectual giant, he was no dope, either
Information about a subject, esp. if not generally known
our reviewer will give you the dope on hot spots around the town
A varnish applied to the fabric surface of model aircraft to strengthen them and keep them airtight
A thick liquid used as a lubricant
pot: street names for marijuana
take drugs to improve one's athletic performance
add impurities to (a semiconductor) in order to produce or modify its properties; "The resistors have been doped"
dumbbell: an ignorant or foolish person
cola: carbonated drink flavored with extract from kola nuts (`dope' is a southernism in the United States)
give a narcotic to; "The athletes were dope by the coach before the race"
DOPE, or Discrete Optimized Protein Energy, is a statistical potential used to assess homology models in protein structure prediction. ...
See Döpe is a lake in Landkreis Nordwestmecklenburg, Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, Germany. At an elevation of 38 m, its surface area is 0.77 km².
Aircraft dope is a plasticised lacquer that is applied to fabric-coated aircraft. It tautens and stiffens fabric stretched over airframes and adheres and protects fabric applied to other skin material.
Dope is an American industrial metal band from Villa Park, Illinois, formed in 1997 in Chicago, Illinois.
Any viscous liquid or paste, such as a lubricant, used in preparing a surface; An absorbent material used to hold a liquid; Any varnish used to coat a part, such as an airplane wing or a hot-air balloon in order to waterproof, strengthen, etc; Any narcotic or similar drug which produces ...
A tacky substance added to paper cones to damp spurious vibrations that can cause breakup and rough response. Also, see Editor.
Preservative and pigmented coloring for fabric aircraft covering and paints, generally nitrate lacquer but generically used to denote all early shellac and coal-tar mixtures on up to present-day acrylics.
Address-independent descriptive material for argument data. First word was the offset and succeeding words were the breakdown, consisting of an ID field and then various sizes and array maxima. Used in the EPL compiler.
The addition of a small amount of an impurity to a semiconductor to increase its conductivity.
A varnish like liquid applied to the fabric covering of an airplane to increase its strength and make it water proof.
Originally a rap/hip-hop term that means "cool".
a slow or foolish person i.e. "He's a bit of a dope". A common term for cannabis (see Bob Hope). More recently it has been taken on by the younger generation to mean 'cool' or 'excellent' (originating in the US).
Order, official instructions, explanation. Also a composition for cooling hot journals
Not drugs, but rather anything that is good, new, fresh or fabulous.
A type of lacquer used to protect, waterproof, and tighten the cloth surfaces of airplane wings.
Information about horse's abilities; drugs
Rad, totally awesome, something that your totally into.
adjustment of rifle sights for various ranges and wind conditions
Marine term for the adjustments made to weapon sights; term for marijuana and other illicit drugs.