spike (one's) drink

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spike (one's) drink

To mix alcohol or drugs into someone's drink without their awareness or permission. After several students began vomiting on the dance floor, it was discovered that someone had spiked their drinks. If you're at a bar or club on your own, you need to be wary of someone spiking your drink.
See also: drink, spike

spike somebody’s ˈdrink

add (more) alcohol or drugs to somebody’s drink, without their knowledge: ...I discovered later that they’d spiked my drink. That’s why I was so ill!
See also: drink, spike
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If this documentary stops one person from spiking someone's drink, I would be very happy.
THE drugs debate rages on and although no one can stop a section of the youth of this country experimenting with E and the like, spiking someone's drink with drugs they do not want is a very cruel thing to do.
If anyone out there is considering spiking someone's drink .
District licensing officer Sergeant Paul Higgins said: "The consequences of spiking someone's drinks are potentially very dangerous.