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verb[WITH OBJECT]North American
Inject (a drug, typically a narcotic) subcutaneously.
- ‘He's looking to aid his fellow classmates in riding the white horse, and wants to find a big-time operator to help him score the skin-popping saddle.’
- ‘Most say they will not give up injecting the drug, and are still ‘skin-popping’ - injecting directly into muscle or tissue.’
A subcutaneous injection of a drug, typically a narcotic.
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