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dope out (something)

To solve or figure out; to calculate or infer from available information. We doped out a way of keeping the business open without having to fire anybody. I didn't read the required chapter before class, but I was able to dope out what was going on from the professor's lecture.
See also: dope, out

dope up

1. slang To give or dispense drugs to someone or something. This phrase can be used in reference to both legal and illegal drugs. In this usage, a noun or pronoun can be used between "dope" and "up." The doctor must have doped me up with some good stuff because I'm not in any pain at all now. I don't remember last night's party at all—someone must have doped me up.
2. slang To purchase illegal drugs. I doped up today, so I've got plenty for the concert tonight, don't worry.
See also: dope, up

dope someone (or an animal) up

to give drugs to someone or an animal. Her parents doped her up with medicine so she would sleep through the night. It's dangerous to dope up a child night after night. The trainer got caught doping the horse up.
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dope up

1. To administer drugs to someone or something: The coach doped the athletes up before the race, in violation of the rules. The nurse doped me up after my surgery.
2. To intoxicate someone with some drug: The kidnappers doped up their victim on sedatives. She doped herself up and went to a party. Does he always have to get doped up in order to enjoy himself?
3. To become intoxicated by taking some drug: The nervous passenger doped up on tranquilizers before the flight.
See also: dope, up

dope up

1. in. to inject drugs; to take a dose of a narcotic. (Drugs.) I’m hurting, man, I gotta dope up, now!
2. in. to purchase a supply of drugs. (Drugs.) Frank is doping up, himself. He doesn’t grow it himself, you know.
See also: dope, up
References in periodicals archive ?
The post Thousand of illegal meds seized in Cyprus as part of Europe-wide doping crackdown appeared first on Cyprus Mail .
Players who had a strong moral identity did not use justifications for doping, expected to feel more guilt for doping, and ultimately were less likely to dope.
Doping involves the use of illegal substances to boost an athlete's performance in sports.
In this research, a supercell model of 2 x 2 x 2 Sn[O.sub.2] was established, and in order to analyze the influence of Sb, Sr, Ga, Ti, and Ge doping on the electric performance of Sn[O.sub.2], the 2 x 2 x 2 doped models were established by using the Sb, Sr, Ga, Ti, and Ge atoms to replace a Sn atom so that the doping ratio is 6.25%, and this ratio has reached a relatively good doping ratio verified by the research group.
He believed this was permitted, as it is in other competitions and he did not realise he had done anything wrong until he reached doping control.
The Minister has directed the National Anti Doping Agency ( NADA) and other sports bodies to sensitise the players at the grassroots level about the illeffects of doping through regular seminars and information campaigns in schools and colleges.
procedures and methods of doping control both throughout the world and
GPs may negligently prescribe prohibited drugs to the athletes, which results in positive doping tests and penalties for the athletes [4, 5].
First, the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA), a global governing body, and accompanying laboratories have developed increasingly reliable diagnostic tools and protocols aimed at detecting doping in athletes (Guan et al., 2013; Jelkmann and Lundby, 2011; Jing et al., 2011).
But it now said "Kenya has drafted and adopted anti-doping legislation now deemed to be in line with the Code." A large number of Kenyan track and field athletes have failed doping tests in recent years, and the Kenyan athletics federation leadership have been suspended by the ruling body IAAF on suspicion of corruption in connection with drug-testing procedures.
When doping allegations first surfaced in Kenya in 2012, many in the athletics community questioned the timing and truth of the claims.
Russia is financing an additional testing program for its track and field athletes who may compete in the Rio Olympics, a step to prove its commitment to cleaning up the sport amid widespread doping allegations, the country's sports ministry said.
They (other sports) have their own anti doping agency which performs as ICC is not part of WADA and cricketers have not signed any whereabouts clause.
As an independent entity, the commission will evaluate the performance of the whole anti-doping system in Kazakhstan in order to prevent doping scandals and to protect honest athletes in the country.
LORD Coe is facing renewed pressure on his position as IAAF president after a new report ruled that the IAAF Council and his right-hand man Nick Davies must have been aware of the scale of doping in athletics.