Bedeutung von “smoke” — Learner’s Dictionary

smoke

verb us uk /sməʊk/
Extra Examples
She doesn't smoke or drink.More young people smoke today than in the past.It is not permissible to smoke inside the building.In 1987, 27 percent of adult males smoked.He still smokes, even though he's got asthma.
CIGARETTE [ I, T ]

A1 to breathe smoke into your mouth from a cigarette:

Do you mind if I smoke?
She smokes thirty cigarettes a day.
MEAT/FISH [ T ]

to give meat or fish a special taste by hanging it over burning wood:

smoked ham/salmon
PRODUCE SMOKE [ I ]

to produce or send out smoke:

smoking chimneys
→ See also chain-smoke

(Definition von “smoke verb” aus dem Cambridge Learner's Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)