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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishsmoke-freeˌsmoke-ˈfree adjective   smoke-free environment/zone etc
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smoke-freeWe are calling for all airlines to be smoke-free.In 1987 he joined the national office to run projects on smoke-free air in public places.Most workers prefer a smoke-free environment at the office.New laws to create a smoke-free environment at work and in public places.The freedom of the individual is important; everyone is entitled to a smoke-free environment.Theirs had always been a smoke-free household.
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