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Noun
A person who lacks intelligence
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“The poor loveable dope probably forgot that his car was still broken down.”
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A drug taken illegally for recreational purposes, especially cannabis
“Here they are reminded that it is an offence in Britain to possess or supply heroin, cocaine, dope etc - and then told in the very next sentence that half of young British adults have done these very things.”
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Information about a subject, especially if not generally known
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“All their inside street dope comes from a flamboyant restaurateur.”
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Information that is available only to a select few
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Cannabis resin
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A yellow-brown, addictive narcotic drug obtained from the dried juice of unripe pods of the opium poppy, Papaver somniferum, and containing alkaloids such as morphine, codeine, and papaverine
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A substance taken for its narcotic or stimulant effects, often illegally
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Performance enhancer
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A powerful and addictive drug derived from opium
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Person addicted to narcotics
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Something that is great, cool, or awesome
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A warning or piece of information given in a discreet or confidential way
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A person's intellectual understanding of a particular subject
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A statement of what will happen in the future
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Addictive drug
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An individual fact or item
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Signs or indications of something
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(informal) A point or fact about something
Verb
To administer drugs to (a racehorse, greyhound, or athlete) in order to inhibit or enhance sporting performance
“The prosecution had alleged that the five charged were part of a group that set out to dope racehorses in an attempt to make money off wagering.”
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To treat (food or drink) with drugs
“The warning comes after reports of an incident where a woman's drink was doped.”
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To treat or administer medicine, especially to purge
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To consider to be true without evidence
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To decrease in feeling or strength
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To predict, prophesy, or tell of future events
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Adjective
The best of its kind or class
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Adjective
Very good
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Currently popular, fashionable, or in demand
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Interjection
An elliptical exclamation of satisfaction or commendation
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