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smoke

Definitions by Oxford


[sməʊk], (Noun)

Definitions:
- a visible suspension of carbon or other particles in air, typically one emitted from a burning substance
(e.g: bonfire smoke)

- an act of smoking tobacco
(e.g: I'm dying for a smoke)

- a big city, especially London
(e.g: she was offered a job in the Smoke)


Phrases:
- go up in smoke
- in smoke
- into smoke
- smoke and mirrors
- smoke like a chimney
- there's no smoke without fire

Origin:
Old English smoca (noun), smocian (verb), from the Germanic base of smēocan ‘emit smoke’; related to Dutch smook and German Schmauch


[sməʊk], (Verb)

Definitions:
- emit smoke or visible vapour
(e.g: heat the oil until it just smokes)

- suck on the end of a lit cigarette, cigar, pipe, etc. so as to inhale and exhale the smoke produced by the burning tobacco into the mouth
(e.g: she was sitting at the kitchen table smoking)

- treat, fumigate, or cleanse by exposure to smoke.

- kill (someone) by shooting
(e.g: they gotta go smoke this person)

- make fun of (someone)
(e.g: we baited her and smoked her)


Phrases:
- go up in smoke
- in smoke
- into smoke
- smoke and mirrors
- smoke like a chimney
- there's no smoke without fire

Origin:







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