There are 2 translations of dope in Spanish:

dope1

Pronunciation: /dəʊp/

n

  • 1 1.1 u (drugs) [slang/argot] droga (f), pichicata (f) (CS, Per) [familiar/colloquial]; (cannabis) hachís (m), chocolate (m) (Esp) [argot/slang] (before n) dope dealer camello (mf) [familiar/colloquial]
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    • That doesn't make cannabis a gateway - that people who might use heroin start with dope is not the same as saying that people who use dope might use heroin.
    • Here they are reminded that it is an offence in Britain to possess or supply heroin, cocaine, dope etc - and then told in the very next sentence that half of young British adults have done these very things.
    • Lumping everything from dope to heroin under the category ‘drugs’, and equating drug-taking with potential violence, is an obvious recipe for a media panic.
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    • That inquiry followed positive dope tests on two horses beaten at short odds.
    • The horse was automatically dope tested by stewards at the course and the result of those tests will be revealed later this week.
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    • Although the most modern methods of finding the athletes who cheat are being used I don't believe that they will catch all of the athletes who use dope to win.
    • What is more encouraging is the stance of the IOC President that rather than projecting a negative image, these dope tests and sanctions against cheats would only prove beneficial to sport in the longer run.
    • Until testers learnt about the new designer steroid THG, athletes were taking it and still returning negative dope tests.
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    • They have suffered embarrassment and worst from dopes, dubbos and incompetents.
    • You have to wonder just what other accidents are waiting to happen between now and the end of the Games, and I don't mean the two dopes now out of hospital!
    • The real dopes are his lieutenants who appear incapable of helping out their tired leader.
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    • The obvious solution was to get the dope on him.
    • He found out what some of the other cabinet ministers were up to and started collecting the dope on them.
    • They really will give you the inside dope on where things are going.
    1.2 u [Sport] estimulante (m), droga (f), doping (m)
  • 2 u (information) [slang/argot] información (f) so what's the dope on Brian? ¿qué se sabe de Brian?, ¿qué hay de Brian? [familiar/colloquial]
  • 4 u 4.1 (varnish) [Aerosp] barniz (m) 4.2 (lubricant) lubricante (m)
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    • Pipe dope is applied to the male threads of pipes to be connected to female threads.
    • The pipe dope provides lubrication and seals the joints.
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    • Airplanes were made of dope, fabric, and wood - all highly flammable.
    • He had done a lot of wood repair in the aileron and flap bays so there were patches of silver dope on the fabric and it was not really looking so good.
    • Carefully tease the loops of the whipping together so that there are no gaps and either give it a coat of quick drying dope used by model aircraft builders or coat it with the specially made rod ring epoxy finish.

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There are 2 translations of dope in Spanish:

dope2

vt

  • 1.1 [colloquial/familiar] [person/racehorse] dopar [familiar/colloquial], drogar*; [food/drink] poner* droga en
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    • The prosecution had alleged that the five charged were part of a group that set out to dope racehorses in an attempt to make money off wagering.
    • Having mastered how to use the equipment, the chemist can find out whether, for instance, a race horse had been doped, if an area is worth mining or if the proper chemical compound has been made.
    • He is a coach more notorious for doping his athletes than for their on-track successes.
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    • Maybe if she knew he was doped up on opiate, she might've felt a bit better.
    • It was alleged that they, much like some of their human counterparts, were doped up.
    • Can you imagine what the story would be like if I tried to write while I was doped up on Kodine?
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    • The warning comes after reports of an incident where a woman's drink was doped.
    1.2 [Elec] implantar, incrustar
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    • The flash memory device includes a semiconductor substrate and heavily doped impurity regions formed spaced apart from one another by a predetermined distance in the semiconductor substrate in a first direction.
    • Recent research has discovered that a semiconductor can be made magnetic by doping it with an impurity.
    • To conduct electricity, a polymer needs to be doped so that electrons can move freely.

Phrasal verbs

dope out

v + o + adv, v + adv + o (AmE) [slang/argot]
1.1 (solve, understand) entender* 1.2 (devise) idear

dope up

v + o + adv
[colloquial/familiar] dopar [familiar/colloquial]

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Santería is a religious cult, fusing African beliefs and Catholicism, which developed among African Yoruba slaves in Cuba. Followers believe both in a single supreme being and also in orishas, deities who each share an identity with a Christian saint and who combine a force of nature with human characteristics. Rituals involve music, dancing, sacrificial offerings, divination, and going into trances.