Translation of coke in Spanish:

coke

Pronunciation: /kəʊk/

n

  • 1 uncountable/no numerable (fuel) (carbón (m) de) coque (m)
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    • The production of charcoal by heating wood in the absence of air and of coke by heating coal in the absence of air were both well known to ancient peoples.
    • The coke is oxidized to carbon dioxide, which changes to carbon monoxide at high temperatures.
    • In this reaction, the decomposition products of coke react with the metal oxide to produce carbon dioxide and the pure metal.
  • 2 uncountable/no numerable (cocaine) [colloquial/familiar] coca (feminine) [colloquial/familiar]
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    • There are now more non-cola drinks than there are Cokes.
    • Laid out on the table were bottles of alcohol, sodas, Cokes and crisps.
    • Heartened by this ambience and my recent clean bill of health, I order an apple pie and a large Coke.
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    • Coke can be hard or soft depending on whether its user is an outgoing party-boy/girl, or an unstable type who needs the coke to become an interesting person.
    • Was it an implication that I am a pothead, or a coke addict?
    • It was coke, it was freebased cocaine, which is like homemade crack, really is what it is, and you smoke it.
  • 3 uncountable or countable/no numerable o numerable Coke® [colloquial/familiar] Coca-Cola® (feminine)

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