From King Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Drug culture
cocaineco‧caine /kəʊˈkeɪn, kə- $ koʊ-/ noun [uncountable] MDDa drug, usually in the form of a white powder, that is taken illegally for pleasure or used in some medical situations to prevent pain crack2(7)
Examples from the Corpus
cocaineAnd all of them trained in the same swamps crisscrossed by cocaine cowboys.It was a memorable return for the man who seemed to have ended his career a convicted cocaine user in Naples.J., the previous month on drug charges, and that she had fingered Felix as her cocaine facilitator.Smuggler swallowed thirty bags of cocaine.Control over the distribution of cocaine has been settled in the hillside slum communities.Police raided a hotel room after the two men met there and found traces of cocaine.He stands accused of possessing cocaine and marijuana.
Origin cocaine (1800-1900) coca