Drug

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Definition

a drug: a medication, medicine; an illegal substance
noun

to do drugs: to take illegal drugs (heroin, cocaine, etc.)
idiom

I was drugged (by the nurse): I was given drugs (by the nurse)
verb

Examples

  • "I don't want to go back to that lifestyle: the parties, the drugs, the girls."
  • "I know opinion is divided on the subject, but I've always been a firm believer in not doing drugs before an interview."
  • "Heroin addicts inject their drugs into me."
  • "A closet containing various psychedelic drugs (mescaline, mushrooms, and some unidentified leaves - later found to be highly psychoactive), a large pipe, and a number of animal bones."
  • "Sorry for drugging you at that party."
  • "At our spacious and tranquil retreat, you will find a solution for all your earthly problems. Whether you have a serious alcohol or drug addiction, a troubled marriage, or are just severely disappointed in your gay children, we have a program for you!"
  • "I was drugged (intravenously) at the Christmas party."
  • "I don't care what you do in your own time, but when you're at work, stay off the drugs."
  • "Security guard 2 : No drugs."
  • "Everyone knows that stars do drugs."

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