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cigarnoun [C]

 us   /sɪˈɡɑr/
a ​tightroll of ​driedtobaccoleaves used for ​smoking: Cuban cigars
(Definition of cigar from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

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cigarnoun [C]

uk   /sɪˈɡɑːr/  us   /-ɡɑːr/
a ​tube made from ​dried and ​rolledtobaccoleaves that ​peoplesmoke: an after-dinner cigar and ​brandy
(Definition of cigar from the Cambridge Advanced Learners Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “cigar”
in Korean 시가…
in Arabic سيجار…
in Malaysian curut…
in French cigare…
in Russian сигара…
in Chinese (Traditional) 雪茄煙…
in Italian sigaro…
in Turkish puro…
in Polish cygaro…
in Spanish puro…
in Vietnamese điếu xì gà…
in Portuguese charuto…
in Thai ซิการ์…
in German die Zigarre…
in Catalan cigar…
in Japanese 葉巻…
in Chinese (Simplified) 雪茄烟…
in Indonesian cerutu…
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