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Chinese (Simplified) translation of “smoke”

smoke

verb [T] (PRESERVE)
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/sməʊk/ US  /smoʊk/
to preserve meat, fish or cheese using smoke from burning wood
(用烟)熏制
People in the Middle East, South Asia and Egypt were salting, drying and smoking fish and meat 6000 years ago.
中东、印度和埃及的人们6000年前就开始进行鱼和肉的腌制、风干和熏制。
She had champagne and smoked salmon sandwiches at her birthday party.
她在自己的生日聚会上喝了香槟,吃了熏鲑鱼三明治。
Preserving and storing food
(Definition of smoke verb (PRESERVE) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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