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tik tik

tik tik  n.— «The community of Mitchell’s Plain, especially the youth would be informed about the use of the latest drug craze, crystal methamphetamine, also known as tik-tik.» —“More Drug Busts Looming in Wcape” by Karen...

on the tarmac

on the tarmac  adj.— «The panel found the agency was “lenient” and “ineffective” and in some cases lost track of people enrolled in the program. As many as 200 people at any given time, or 40 percent of those...

rinse

rinse  n.— «Fantasy is a class B drug also known as Rinse, GBH or GHB, after its chemical name gammahydroxybutyric acid.» —“New leads in nightclub drug overdose case” Dominion Post (New Zealand) June 8, 2004...

postage

postage  n.— «Deloe said she heard a voice she believed was that of Benintend, known to her as “White Mike,” talking on the phone, demanding “postage”a street term for drugs or money.» —“Witness details...

rock

rock  v.— «Rauls testified that mentions of “rocking” and white powder referred to converting cocaine into its rock form of crack.» —“Buckner to remain free on bail bond” by Mandy M. Goodnight Town...

encobijado

encobijado n. a person found wrapped in blankets after being assassinated by drug traffickers or their associates. Also adj. Etymological Note: Fr. Latin Am. Spa. cobija ‘blanket’; Spa. cobijarse ‘to shelter, to be protected.’ (source: Double...