Definition of 'dope'
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But their policy would allow teams to employ people who had six months or less of doping ban. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The London race has been called the dirtiest in history after six of the runners in front of her served bans for failing doping tests. Times, Sunday Times (2016)They questioned his sudden success and alleged he doped horses. The Sun (2006)All teams will have to sign a code establishing tougher sanctions in case of doping offences. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Each medal winner was tested for doping and received their medal only after having tested negative. The Sun (2015) Blood doping increases the volume of oxygen available to muscles. Times, Sunday Times (2012)The interview followed a series of doping scandals in the world of cycling. Calcio: A History of Italian Football (2006)Few of their horses would pass dope tests here. The Sun (2006)The doping scandal is being linked directly to the sheikh himself. Times, Sunday Times (2013)But horse doping is different than in humans. The Sun (2015)Tyson Fury absolutely denies any allegation of doping. The Sun (2016)The prevalence of illegal doping practices in Spanish sport is a subject of fierce interest. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Meanwhile, it emerged last night that there had been a suspicious dope test during the championships. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Recent widespread doping allegations have dealt a hammer blow to athletics' reputation. The Sun (2015)He was 18 and researched his entire doping programme online. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Much of the Russian team has been banned over the doping scandal. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The former president of world athletics has been placed under criminal investigation on suspicion of abetting cheats by taking money to cover up doping tests. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Britain is one of a handful of countries to bar any athlete from future Olympics if they are found guilty of a doping offence. The Sun (2009)All three, though, have at some point been banned for doping. Times, Sunday Times (2015)It's no wonder I became a dope fiend. Times, Sunday Times (2014)RUSSIA will have no track and field athletes in Rio next month after failing to overturn a ban following claims the country ran a huge doping programme. The Sun (2016)He was being tried under the law as it was in Spain at the time of the offence - when doping practices in sport were not illegal. Times, Sunday Times (2013)
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Translations for 'dope'
British English: dope VERB
If someone dopes a person or animal or dopes their food, they put drugs into their food or force them to take drugs.
Anyone could have got in and doped the wine.
Definition of dope from the Collins English Dictionary
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