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smoking

noun [U]
 
 
/ˈsməʊ.kɪŋ/ US  /ˈsmoʊ-/
when someone smokes a cigarette, pipe, etc., or when someone regularly does this
吸烟,抽烟
Smoking is not permitted anywhere in this theatre.
本剧院内任何地方都不准吸烟。
The nicotine patches are designed to help people give up/quit/stop smoking.
尼古丁贴片旨在帮助人们戒烟。
Cigarette smoking kills thousands of people every year.
每年有数千人死于吸烟。
No smoking, please.
请不要吸烟。
I avoid going to restaurants that don't have a UK no-smoking/ US non-smoking area.
我不去那些没有禁烟区的餐馆。
Tobacco and smoking
Translations of “smoking”
in Korean 흡연…
in Arabic تَدْخين…
in Portuguese fumar, fumo…
in Catalan fumar…
in Japanese 喫煙, タバコを吸うこと…
in Italian il fumare…
in Chinese (Traditional) 吸煙,抽煙…
in Russian курение…
in Turkish sigara içme…
in Polish palenie…
(Definition of smoking from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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