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doctordoctor2 verb [transitive]  1 TRICK/DECEIVEto dishonestly change something in order to gain an advantage He had doctored his passport to pass her off as his daughter. There are concerns that some players have been doctoring the ball.2 INJUREto add something harmful to food or drink Paul suspected that his drink had been doctored.3 MHHBAto remove part of the sex organs of an animal to prevent it from having babies syn neuter You should have your cat doctored.4 to give someone medical treatment, especially when you are not a doctor Bill doctored the horses with a strong-smelling ointment.→ See Verb table
Examples from the Corpus
doctorPhotographs can easily be doctored.Gina gently doctored Clint's injured hand.Their liquor has been nicely doctored - gave them an extra ration of ale to celebrate my arrival!Nancy likes to doctor her coffee with a shot of whisky.Two other writers were brought in to doctor the script before they finally returned to finish their task.