English version

cigar in Tobacco topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishcigarci‧gar /sɪˈɡɑː $ -ˈɡɑːr/ ●●○ noun [countable]  DFTa thick tube-shaped thing that people smoke, and which is made from tobacco leaves that have been rolled upcigarette
Examples from the Corpus
cigarCareta reached under the sofa and took out a cigar box.A former grocer from Rector Street, at twenty he had gone bankrupt trying to run a cigar store on Pearl Street.In the fresh air I light my first cigar of the day, and break the match before I drop it.Look at Fidel Castro and his cigar.He watched Sir Charles cut the tip off his cigar.She cleared these things to one side and laid the cigar down in the middle of the dressing-table.It was a genuine Empire product from Santanni, though the cigars it now contained were home-grown.