1 drugged. 2 (context electronics English)Describing a semiconductor that has had small amounts of elements added to create charge carriers. 3 Covered with dope, a glue or paint like pore filler. v
(en-past of: dope)
Usage examples of "doped".
The case ejects two cigarets at a time, the outer one is doped, the inner one is not, always.
The brass rods glittered—I saw there was a sprinkling of dust over the faces of the chronometric dials, whose hands whirled about and I recognized the green glow of Plattnerite which suffused the doped quartz of the infrastructure.
Assumptions were unreliable: I assumed that there was an adverse party working the same field as Merrick and I and feeding the Polanski unit with doped info until its turn came to be wiped out and I assumed that the K.
Courtenay doped him and let the dog out and drove over here and left Davies to plant the child on the baby farm.
But he did not attend the beach party, so it was not he who doped my coffee.
They had bombs doped with elements that might interfere with the magnetic filaments, perhaps producing an electromagnetic pulse to scramble the field lines' snarls, lowering their information-bearing capacity.
Each amplifier contains an approximately 10-meter-long piece of special fiber that has been doped with erbium ions, making it capable of functioning as a laser medium.
This light, directed into the doped fiber, pumps the electrons orbiting around those erbium ions up to a higher energy level.
But if there was anything going forward it would no doubt be delayed until we new arrivals were well doped.
Rattlesnakes and doped semiconductors detect infrared radiation perfectly well.
Putting these two oppositely doped materials in contact creates a PN junction, the basis of the semiconductor diode and the solid-state transistors that are the workhorses of the information age.
She's inside this lion skin, shut away in a cave, doped up, doesn't know where she is or what's going on.
Laser transmission demanded whole new technologies—including thin-spun fiber optics, and doped semiconducting diamonds, which Rumbaugh predicted would be “more valuable than oil” in the coming years.
The fact that William Wharton had been doped to the gills when Percy shot him never came out, either.
There were accounts, some in typescript, some in longhand, of interviews the Stewards had held with the trainers, jockeys, head traveling lads, stable lads, blacksmiths, and veterinary surgeons connected with the eleven horses suspected of being doped.