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Coke

 (kōk)
A trademark for a soft drink. See tonic.

coke 1

 (kōk)
n.
The solid residue of impure carbon obtained from bituminous coal and other carbonaceous materials after removal of volatile material by destructive distillation. It is used as a fuel and in making steel.
tr. & intr.v. coked, cok·ing, cokes
To convert or be converted into coke.

[Perhaps from Middle English colk, core.]

coke 2

 (kōk) Slang
n.
Cocaine.
tr.v. coked, cok·ing, cokes
To affect or intoxicate with cocaine.

coke

(kəʊk)
n
1. (Chemistry) a solid-fuel product containing about 80 per cent of carbon produced by distillation of coal to drive off its volatile constituents: used as a fuel and in metallurgy as a reducing agent for converting metal oxides into metals
2. (Chemistry) any similar material, such as the layer formed in the cylinders of a car engine by incomplete combustion of the fuel
vb
to become or convert into coke
[C17: probably a variant of C14 northern English dialect colk core, of obscure origin]

coke

(kəʊk)
n
(Recreational Drugs) slang short for cocaine

Coke

(kəʊk)
n
(Brewing) trademark short for Coca-Cola

Coke

(kʊk; kəʊk)
n
1. (Biography) Sir Edward. 1552–1634, English jurist, noted for his defence of the common law against encroachment from the Crown: the Petition of Right (1628) was largely his work
2. (Biography) Thomas William, 1st Earl of Leicester, known as Coke of Holkham. 1752–1842, English agriculturist: pioneered agricultural improvement and considerably improved productivity at his Holkham estate in Norfolk

coke1

(koʊk)

n., v. coked, cok•ing. n.
1. the solid carbonaceous product obtained by destructive distillation of coal: used chiefly as a fuel and reducing agent in metallurgy.
v.t., v.i.
2. to convert into or become coke.
[1375–1425; late Middle English colke, coke= Old English col coal + -(o)ca -ock]
coke′like`, cok′y, adj.

coke2

(koʊk)

n., v. coked, cok•ing. Slang. n.
1. cocaine.
v.t.
2. to affect with a narcotic drug, esp. with cocaine (usu. fol. by up).
[1905–10, Amer.; short for cocaine]

Coke

(kʊk)

n.
Sir Edward, 1552–1634, English jurist.

coke


Past participle: coked
Gerund: coking

Imperative
coke
coke
Present
I coke
you coke
he/she/it cokes
we coke
you coke
they coke
Preterite
I coked
you coked
he/she/it coked
we coked
you coked
they coked
Present Continuous
I am coking
you are coking
he/she/it is coking
we are coking
you are coking
they are coking
Present Perfect
I have coked
you have coked
he/she/it has coked
we have coked
you have coked
they have coked
Past Continuous
I was coking
you were coking
he/she/it was coking
we were coking
you were coking
they were coking
Past Perfect
I had coked
you had coked
he/she/it had coked
we had coked
you had coked
they had coked
Future
I will coke
you will coke
he/she/it will coke
we will coke
you will coke
they will coke
Future Perfect
I will have coked
you will have coked
he/she/it will have coked
we will have coked
you will have coked
they will have coked
Future Continuous
I will be coking
you will be coking
he/she/it will be coking
we will be coking
you will be coking
they will be coking
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been coking
you have been coking
he/she/it has been coking
we have been coking
you have been coking
they have been coking
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been coking
you will have been coking
he/she/it will have been coking
we will have been coking
you will have been coking
they will have been coking
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been coking
you had been coking
he/she/it had been coking
we had been coking
you had been coking
they had been coking
Conditional
I would coke
you would coke
he/she/it would coke
we would coke
you would coke
they would coke
Past Conditional
I would have coked
you would have coked
he/she/it would have coked
we would have coked
you would have coked
they would have coked
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.coke - carbon fuel produced by distillation of coalcoke - carbon fuel produced by distillation of coal
fuel - a substance that can be consumed to produce energy; "more fuel is needed during the winter months"; "they developed alternative fuels for aircraft"
2.Coke - Coca Cola is a trademarked cola
cola, dope - carbonated drink flavored with extract from kola nuts (`dope' is a southernism in the United States)
3.coke - street names for cocaine
cocain, cocaine - a narcotic (alkaloid) extracted from coca leaves; used as a surface anesthetic or taken for pleasure; can become powerfully addictive
Verb1.coke - become coke; "petroleum oils coke after distillation"
chemical science, chemistry - the science of matter; the branch of the natural sciences dealing with the composition of substances and their properties and reactions
change state, turn - undergo a transformation or a change of position or action; "We turned from Socialism to Capitalism"; "The people turned against the President when he stole the election"
Translations
فَحْم الكوككوك®
kokskola
Cokekoks
Coca-cola
koka kola
kokszkóla
kokskox
コーラコカコーラ®
코카콜라
koksas
kokss
koks
Cola
โค้ก
Côca Côla

Coke

® [kəʊk] NCoca-Cola ® f

coke

[kəʊk] N
1. (= fuel) → coque m
2. (= cocaine) → coca f

Coke®

[ˈkəʊk] n (= drink) → coca m

coke

[ˈkəʊk] n (= fuel) → coke m

Coke®

n (inf)(Coca-)Cola® f, → Coke® nt

coke

1
nKoks m

coke

2
n (inf: = cocaine) → Koks m (inf)

Coke

® [kəʊk] n (Coca-Cola) → coca ® f

coke

[kəʊk] n
a. (fuel) → carbone m coke
b. (fam) (cocaine) → coca

coke

(kəuk) noun
a type of fuel obtained from coal.

coke

كوك® kola Coke Coca-Cola® Κόκα Κόλα Coca-Cola Coca-cola coca koka kola Coca Cola® コカコーラ® 코카콜라 Coke® Cola cola Coca-cola кока-кола Cola โค้ก Kola Côca Côla 可乐

coke

n (fam) cocaína, coca (fam)
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For, though bred a lawyer, and accustomed to speak of Bacon, Coke, Noye, and Finch, as his professional associates, the exigenties of this new country had transformed Governor Bellingham into a soldier, as well as a statesman and ruler.
Stevens on Stowage" is a portly volume with the renown and weight (in its own world) of Coke on Littleton.
With regard to food, their favorite dishes are coke and cat's meat.
In the rusty skeleton of a grate, pinched at the middle as if poverty had gripped it, a red coke fire burns low.
A second inscription above the door informed us that a steam launch was kept,--a statement which was confirmed by a great pile of coke upon the jetty.
The former measured all actions by the unalterable rule of right, and the eternal fitness of things; the latter decided all matters by authority; but in doing this, he always used the scriptures and their commentators, as the lawyer doth his Coke upon Lyttleton, where the comment is of equal authority with the text.
Miss Sally will teach him law, the delightful study of the law,' said Quilp; 'she'll be his guide, his friend, his companion, his Blackstone, his Coke upon Littleton, his Young Lawyer's Best Companion.
Needle coke with low electrical resistance, strong shock resistance and good anti-oxidation ability has been widely used in ultra high power graphite electrode, nuclear reactor deceleration materials and LIB anode materials.
Since Redcar steelworks operator SSI UK went into liquidation, the Official Receiver allowed batches of coal to be bought to keep the coke ovens operating.
ii) Single Order executed value for Hard Coke/Nut Coke/Breeze Coke Around Rs.
Coke said last month that its quarterly revenue in North America its biggest market was flat, partly driven by a decline in diet coke sales.
Coca-Cola CEO and Chairman Muthar Kent hinted that Coke would introduce more products next year.