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coca paste mixed with other substances and highly addictive when smoked
Word Origin

possibly from basura ‘waste, trash’ or borrowing of English bazooka for the drug’s explosive effect
Usage Note

Spanish slang


A cheap cocaine paste: Also on the horizon are ”croak” and ”basuco,” a cocaine derivative

[1980s+ Narcotics; fr Sp bazuco, ”bazooka,” suggesting the effect of the drug]


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