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toke

1
[ tohk ]
/ toʊk /
Slang.
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noun

a tip or gratuity given by a gambler to a dealer or other employee at a casino.

verb (used without object), toked, tok·ing.

to provide a toke.

verb (used with object), toked, tok·ing.

to give a toke to.

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Origin of toke

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First recorded in 1970–75; origin uncertain

Definition for toke (2 of 2)

toke2
[ tohk ]
/ toʊk /
Slang.

noun

a puff of a marijuana cigarette.

verb (used with object), toked, tok·ing.

to light up or puff (a marijuana cigarette).

verb (used without object), toked, tok·ing.

to puff a marijuana cigarette (often followed by up).

Origin of toke

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An Americanism dating back to 1950–55; origin uncertain
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British Dictionary definitions for toke

toke
/ (təʊk) slang /

noun

a draw on a cannabis cigarette

verb

(intr) to take a draw on a cannabis cigarette

Derived forms of toke

toker, noun
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