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smoke in Cooking topic

smokesmoke2 ●●● S2 W2 verb πŸ”Š πŸ”Š 1 [intransitive, transitive]SMOKE to suck or breathe in smoke from a cigarette, pipe etc or to do this regularly as a habit πŸ”Š I don’t smoke and I don’t drink much. πŸ”Š Do you mind if I smoke? πŸ”Š He sat on the grass smoking a cigarette. πŸ”Š He admitted that he had smoked marijuana when he was a student.2 [intransitive]BURN if something smokes, it has smoke coming from it πŸ”Š a smoking chimney3 [transitive]DFC to give fish or meat a special taste by hanging it in smoke β†’ smoke somebody/something ↔ outβ†’ See Verb table
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smokeβ€’ Anyone who smokes 40 a day can expect to have a lot of health problems.β€’ Do you smoke?β€’ How old were you when you started smoking?β€’ Sue never smoked a cigarette in her life, yet she still got lung cancer.β€’ Greg sat alone, smoking a cigarette.β€’ She walked back to the empty station and leaned against the wall, smoking a cigarette.β€’ He sat behind his desk, smoking a fat cigar.β€’ Dana started smoking again when her husband left her.β€’ When you turned the machine on, the plastic started smoking and created an unpleasant odor.β€’ He smokes cigarettes and speeds around on his motorbike with his friends.β€’ She was smoking for twenty-five years.