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dose in Drugs, medicines topic

dosedose2 verb [transitive] (also dose up)  MDto give someone medicine or a drugdose somebody/yourself with something Sumi dosed herself up with aspirin and went to bed.→ See Verb table
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doseIt is generally price advantageous to specify powders although in use they may be more difficult to control and dose.Elsie and Edith Port were so alike that Jennie dosed the wrong one with her cure for all ailments - castor oil.When the children were ill, she dosed them with herb teas that she brewed herself.dose somebody/yourself with somethingWell, I thought it was an infection and had been dosing myself with antibiotics accordingly.When the children were ill, she dosed them with herb teas that she brewed herself.Not only that, but my Lord Marc Antony regularly dosed himself with Nubian aphrodisiacs.Our study allowed us to estimate dose equivalence from the dose response findings with salbutamol and salmeterol.He kept abreast of committee minutes and in dose touch with the chairmen.He used wholemeal flour to make bread, scones, pies and cakes, concocted elaborate salads and dosed himself with vitamins.