/dohp/, n., v., doped, doping.n.1. any thick liquid or pasty preparation, as a lubricant, used in preparing a surface.2. an absorbent material used to absorb and hold a liquid, as in the manufacture of dynamite.3. Aeron.a. any of various varnishlike products for coating a fabric, as of airplane wings, in order to make it waterproof, stronger, etc.b. a similar product used to coat the fabric of a balloon to reduce gas leakage.4. Slang.a. any narcotic or narcoticlike drug taken to induce euphoria or satisfy addiction.b. any illicit drug.5. Slang. a narcotic preparation given surreptitiously to a horse to improve or retard its performance in a race.6. Slang. information, data, or news: What's the latest dope on the strike?7. Informal. a stupid or unresponsive person.8. Southern U.S. (chiefly South Atlantic States) soda pop, esp. cola-flavored.9. North Central U.S. (chiefly Ohio). syrup used as a topping for ice cream.v.t.10. Slang. to affect with dope or drugs.11. to apply or treat with dope.12. Electronics. to add or treat (a pure semiconductor) with a dopant.v.i.13. Slang. to take drugs.14. dope out, Slang.a. to figure out; calculate; devise: to dope out a plan.b. to deduce or infer from available information: to dope out a solution to a problem.[1840-50, 1885-90 for def. 4, 1900-05 for def. 6; < D doop (dial.) sauce, deriv. of dopen to DIP]Regional Variation. 8. See soda pop.
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