- v take drugs to improve one's athletic performance
- v add impurities to (a semiconductor) in order to produce or modify its properties
The resistors have been doped
- v give a narcotic to
- s treated or impregnated with a foreign substance
- s under the influence of narcotics
knocked out by doped wine
- While everyone else spends their time getting doped up on drugs or TV, the "bug" kids come off as genuinely friendly and inclusive.
- In fact, the nation's athletics factories were modeled after the old Soviet-style system, which during the cold war churned out limber Romanian gymnasts and a fleet of doped-up .
- It was also, as he has said, the face of a "heavily doped Chinese illusionist" a perfect Noel Coward characterization of the sort of facial urbanity one wears to prize-givings.
News & Articles
- TOUR DE FRANCE: 10 things to know about doping
PORTO VECCHIO, Corsica (AP) -- For almost as long as they have cycled the length and breadth of the country, Tour de France riders have doped - with everything from brandy to ghoulish blood transfusions. Back in 1924, the Pelissier brothers, Henri and Francis, were already telling journalist Albert Londres they rode ''on dynamite'' - using cocaine, chloroform and assorted pills. By the 1990s ...
June 27, 2013 - The Associated Press via Yahoo! Sports
- Floyd Landis in Los Angeles Times
Landis said in his admission: "I don't feel guilty at all about having doped. I did what I did because that's what we [cyclists] did, and it was a choice I had to make after 10 years or 12 years of hard work to get there, and that was a decision I...
- Lance Armstrong in International Herald Tribune
I've maintained that I've never doped in my life,Armstrong said. "There's not anything else I can do, except for repeating this and repeating this, and I'm sure I'll have to repeat it all year."
- Stefan Schumacher in BBC Sport
One thing is clear: I have not doped and I have nothing to hide,said Schumacher.