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  1. drug
    IPA[drʌɡ]
  2. noun

    verb

    • 1. administer a drug to (someone) in order to induce stupor or insensibility:

      they were drugged to keep them quiet
      Synonym : anaesthetize, give an anaesthetic to, narcotize, give drugs to, give narcotics to, give opiates to, poison, knock out, make/render unconscious, make/render insensible, stupefy, befuddle, dope, add drugs to, tamper with, adulterate, contaminate, poison, dope, spike, lace, slip a Mickey Finn into, doctor
    • 2. add a drug to (food or drink).

    • 3. take illegally obtained drugs:

      she was convinced he was out drinking and drugging
  3. Variation

    • n.: noun: drug, plural noun: drugs

    • v.: verb: drug, 3rd person present: drugs, gerund or present participle: drugging, past tense: drugged, past participle: drugged