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smokedadjective [before noun]

uk   /sməʊkt/  us   /smoʊkt/

smoked adjective [before noun] (GLASS)

Smoked glass or a smoked window has been made darker, as if by smoke: She works in a modern office with smoked-glass windows.

smoked adjective [before noun] (FOOD)

preserved using smoke from burning wood: She had champagne and smoked salmon sandwiches at her birthday party.
Translations of “smoked”
in Chinese (Traditional) (玻璃或玻璃窗)煙灰色的,深灰色的…
in Chinese (Simplified) (玻璃或玻璃窗)烟灰色的,深灰色的…
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