Coke

  • 21 Coke — [ko:k, engl. kouk] das; [s], s amerik.> Kurzform von ↑Coca Cola …

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  • 22 Coke — soft drink, 1909, shortening of brand name COCA COLA (Cf. Coca Cola) …

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  • 23 Coke — Coke® [ko:k ], das; [s], s oder die; , s <amerikanisch> (Kurzwort für Coca Cola) …

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  • 24 Coke — [kook] Sir Edward 1552 1634; Eng. jurist …

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  • 25 coke — cocaïne [ kɔkain ] n. f. • 1856; de 1. coca ♦ Alcaloïde extrait du coca, utilisé en médecine pour ses propriétés analgésiques et anesthésiques. Une injection de cocaïne. Cet alcaloïde utilisé comme stupéfiant. Priser, snifer de la cocaïne. ⇒… …

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  • 26 coke — coke1 cokelike, coky, adj. /kohk/, n., v., coked, coking. Chem. n. 1. the solid product resulting from the destructive distillation of coal in an oven or closed chamber or by imperfect combustion, consisting principally of carbon: used chiefly as …

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  • 27 Coke — /kook/, n. Sir Edward, 1552 1634, English jurist and writer on law. Also, Cooke. * * * Solid residue remaining after certain types of coals are heated to a high temperature out of contact with air until substantially all components that easily… …

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  • 28 coke — noun 1 Coke™ drink ADJECTIVE ▪ diet ▪ large, medium, small … OF COKE ▪ bottle, can …

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  • 29 Coke — Cette page d’homonymie répertorie les différents sujets et articles partageant un même nom. Sur les autres projets Wikimedia : « Coke », sur le Wiktionnaire (dictionnaire universel) Coke Le coke est un dérivé du charbon ; La… …

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  • 30 coke — I. noun Etymology: perhaps from dialect coke, colk core, from Middle English; akin to Swedish kälk pith Date: 1669 the residue of coal left after destructive distillation and used as fuel; also a similar residue left by other materials (as… …

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  • 31 Coke — Nose Candy (umgangssprachlich); Snow (umgangssprachlich); Kokain; Koks (umgangssprachlich); Schnee (umgangssprachlich); C17H21NO4; Cola; Coca Cola * * * Coke …

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  • 32 coke — a carbonaceous solid produced from coal, petroleum, or other materials by thermal decomposition with passage through a plastic state. • beehive coke by product coke coke breeze dry coke …

    Coke&Coal Terminology

  • 33 coke — I [[t]koʊk[/t]] n. v. coked, cok•ing 1) chem. the solid carbonaceous product obtained by destructive distillation of coal: used chiefly as a fuel and reducing agent in metallurgy 2) chem. to convert into or become coke • Etymology: 1375–1425;… …

    From formal English to slang

  • 34 coke — [[t]ko͟ʊk[/t]] 1) N UNCOUNT Coke is a solid black substance that is produced from coal and is burned as a fuel. ...a coke burning stove. 2) N UNCOUNT Coke is the same as cocaine. [INFORMAL] …

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  • 35 coke —    cocaine used illegally    No more than a shortened form, without reference to the beverage. A cokie habitually uses the drug illegally:     Out of the apartment houses came cokies and coke peddlers who look like nothing in particular.… …

    How not to say what you mean: A dictionary of euphemisms

  • 36 coke — UK [kəʊk] / US [koʊk] noun Word forms coke : singular coke plural cokes 1) Coke trademark a type of sweet brown fizzy drink (= with gas in it), or a glass of this drink 2) [uncountable] informal the drug cocaine 3) [uncountable] a solid black… …

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  • 37 COKE — s. m. Mot emprunté de l anglais. Charbon de terre dégagé, par la distillation, des substances fluides et gazeuses qu il contenait. Le coke est un bon combustible. Brûler du coke …

    Dictionnaire de l'Academie Francaise, 7eme edition (1835)

  • 38 Coke — Street name for cocaine, the most potent stimulant of natural origin, a bitter addictive anesthetic (pain blocker) which is extracted from the leaves of the coca scrub (Erythroxylon coca) indigenous to the Andean highlands of South America. From… …

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  • 39 Coke™ — noun Coke™ is used before these nouns: ↑can Coke™ is used after these nouns: ↑diet …

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  • 40 coke — {{11}}coke (1) residue of fuel, 1690s, northern English dialect, perhaps a variant of M.E. colke core, charcoal (c.1400), itself possibly related to colc, an O.E. word for pit, which perhaps would give it a sense of what is left in the pit after… …

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