to the dome, literally translates "to the head" dome meaning head.
"he took shots to the dome"
"he took a whole bottle of rum to the dome"
by Bizil July 26, 2005
Not necessarily meaning to drink, but prepositional phrase describing where something goes. In this case, 'to the dome' means 'to his/her/it's head'.

The 'dome' is one's head.
I capped him in the dome.
I punched him in the dome.
He took a brick to the dome.
You have a chrome dome.
by WrathS July 26, 2005
Synonym of 'to the head' or 'to the face'.

In Magic: the Gathering, to damage an opposing player, especially with a direct damage spell.
"You have no creatures, so I guess I'll send my Lightning Bolt to the dome."
by Darklight July 26, 2005
The right definition for this phrase is to take something seriously.
I told that hoe she was ugly and she took it to the dome.
by Super Punch February 29, 2012
The state of feeling the "high" that is achieved when large amounts of nicotine are ingested, usually by use of products other than cigarettes.
Yo, can I get a few juul rips next break? I'm tryna get domed before 5th period.
by AlexanderFortunato September 14, 2017
Man, I went around that corner and straight up domed that guy right between the eyes.
by kyle February 10, 2005