Definition of 'coke'
Example sentences containing 'coke'
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My reluctance to take coke on health grounds turns out to be entirely justified. Times, Sunday Times (2010)And the former coke addict is releasing an album next year. The Sun (2008)Rats that were offered sweets or allowed to play with other rats were able to kick their coke habit. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Nobody here drinks vodka and coke. Times, Sunday Times (2013)As in any other business, people who take coke are seen as a bit of a liability by the suits. Times, Sunday Times (2007)An autopsy showed he had taken coke, ecstasy and speed while other clubbers said he had also been boozing heavily. The Sun (2013)It would be hypocritical for many politicians to say that it is morally reprehensible to take drugs when they themselves once smoked dope or took coke. Times, Sunday Times (2015)His coke habit was massive. The Sun (2013)Nose like a coke addict. Times, Sunday Times (2010)They poured me a vodka and coke and we watched the TV. The Sun (2011)GaGa said: 'I was for sure addicted to coke. The Sun (2011)She'll hit the rum and coke as soon as she's on the plane. The Sun (2010)The source added: 'People like to take coke before they go to the game as it adds to the buzz. The Sun (2015)Oh OK, it was a slightly more genteel rum and coke with a twist of lemon. The Sun (2011)Those who admitted taking coke said they might take some at a dinner party - shared with other guests - and also at house parties. Times, Sunday Times (2013)
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Translations for 'coke'
British English: coke NOUN
Coke is a solid black substance that is produced from coal and is burned as a fuel.
...a coke-burning stove.
British English: Coke® /kəʊk/ NOUN
Coke is a sweet, brown, non-alcoholic fizzy drink.
...a glass of Coke.
- American English: Coke®
- Arabic: كوك®
- Brazilian Portuguese: Coca-cola
- Chinese: 可乐
- Croatian: koka kola
- Czech: kola
- Danish: Coke
- Dutch: Coke®
- European Spanish: Coca-Cola
- Finnish: Coca-cola
- French: coca
- German: Coca-Cola®
- Greek: Κόκα Κόλα
- Italian: Coca Cola®
- Japanese: コカコーラ®
- Korean: 코카콜라
- Norwegian: Cola
- Polish: cola
- European Portuguese: Coca-Cola
- Romanian: Cola
- Russian: кока-кола
- Spanish: Coca-Cola
- Swedish: Cola
- Thai: โค้ก
- Turkish: Kola
- Ukrainian: кока-кола
- Vietnamese: Côca Côla
Definition of coke from the Collins English Dictionary
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