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Translation of "smoke" - English-Turkish dictionary

smoke

verb
 
 
/sməʊk/
CIGARETTE [I, T] A1 to breathe smoke into your mouth from a cigarette
sigara içmek
Do you mind if I smoke? She smokes thirty cigarettes a day.Tobacco and smoking
MEAT/FISH [T] to give meat or fish a special taste by hanging it over burning wood
tütsülemek (et/balık)
smoked ham/salmonPreserving and storing food
PRODUCE SMOKE [I] to produce or send out smoke
tütmek, duman çıkarmak
smoking chimneys →  See also chain-smoke Products of fire
Translations of “smoke”
in Arabic يُدَخِّن…
in Korean 담배를 피다, 연기를 내뿜다…
in Malaysian mengasapi…
in French fumer…
in Italian fumare, far fumo…
in Chinese (Traditional) 吸煙, 吸煙,抽煙…
in Russian курить, коптить, дымиться…
in Polish palić, wędzić, dymić…
in Vietnamese hun khói…
in Spanish ahumar…
in Portuguese fumar, soltar fumaça…
in Thai รมควัน…
in German räuchern…
in Catalan fumar, treure fum…
in Japanese タバコを吸う, 喫煙する, 煙を出す…
in Indonesian mengasapi…
in Chinese (Simplified) 吸烟, 吸烟,抽烟…
(Definition of smoke verb from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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