- 1 drug somebody/something to give a person or an animal a drug, especially to make them unconscious, or to affect their performance in a race or competition He was drugged and bundled into the back of the car. It's illegal to drug horses before a race. The civil liberties group campaigns against forced drugging of prisoners.
- 2drug something to add a drug to someone's food or drink to make them unconscious or sleepy Her drink must have been drugged.
NAmE//drʌɡ//Verb Forms present simple I / you / we / they drug
he / she / it drugs
past simple drugged
-ing form drugging