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  1. smoke

    • IPA[sməʊk]

    英式

    • n.
      a visible suspension of carbon or other particles in air, typically one emitted from a burning substance;an act of smoking tobacco
    • v.
      emit smoke or visible vapour;suck on the end of a lit cigarette, cigar, pipe, etc. so as to inhale and exhale the smoke produced by the burning tobacco into the mouth
    • verb: smoke, 3rd person present: smokes, gerund or present participle: smoking, past tense: smoked, past participle: smoked

    • noun: smoke, plural noun: smokes

    • 釋義
    • 片語

    名詞

    • 1. a visible suspension of carbon or other particles in air, typically one emitted from a burning substance bonfire smoke
    • 2. an act of smoking tobacco I'm dying for a smoke
    • informal a cigarette or cigar you're going to buy some smokes of your own
    • 3. British informal a big city, especially London she was offered a job in the Smoke

    動詞

    • 1. emit smoke or visible vapour heat the oil until it just smokes 同義詞 smoulder, emit smoke, emit fumes, archaicreek
    • 2. suck on the end of a lit cigarette, cigar, pipe, etc. so as to inhale and exhale the smoke produced by the burning tobacco into the mouth she was sitting at the kitchen table smoking he smoked forty cigarettes a day 同義詞 puff on, draw on, pull on, inhale, light up, ... 更多
    • inhale and exhale the smoke produced by burning (a narcotic drug) a year later she began smoking heroin
    • 3. treat, fumigate, or cleanse by exposure to smoke.
    • cure or preserve (food, especially meat or fish) by exposure to smoke their salmon and trout are smoked over peat and hand-sliced 同義詞 cure, preserve, dry
    • subdue (insects, especially bees) by exposing them to smoke traditionally, the beekeeper must smoke the bees to calm them
    • 4. North American informal kill (someone) by shooting they gotta go smoke this person
    • defeat overwhelmingly in a fight or contest I got smoked in that fight
    • 5. archaic make fun of (someone) we baited her and smoked her