smoke

smoke
smoke
A n
1 (fumes) fumée f ; full of tobacco smoke plein de fumée de tabac ; a cloud/a wisp of smoke un nuage/une volute de fumée ; to go up in smoke lit brûler, partir en fumée ; fig tomber à l'eau ; to vanish in a puff of smoke disparaître dans un nuage de fumée ;
2 (cigarette) clope f, cigarette f ; to have a smoke fumer ; she went out for a quick smoke elle est sortie pour fumer or pour en fumer une ;
3 the smoke la ville ; the big Smoke GB Londres.
B vtr
1 (use) fumer [cigarette, pipe, marijuana] ;
2 Culin fumer [fish, meat].
C vi
1 (use tobacco, substances) fumer ; when did you start smoking? quand est-ce que tu as commencé à fumer? ;
2 (be smoky) [fire, lamp, fuel] fumer.
D smoked pp adj [food] fumé ; [glass] fumé.
Idioms
there's no smoke without fire, where there's smoke there's fire il n'y a pas de fumée sans feu ; stick that in your pipe and smoke it! si ça ne te plaît pas c'est le même prix! ; to smoke like a chimney fumer comme un pompier .
Phrasal verb
smoke out :
smoke [sth] out, smoke out [sth] enfumer [animal] ;
smoke [sb] out, smoke out [sb] lit déloger qn en l'enfumant [fugitive, sniper] ; fig débusquer [traitor, culprit] ;
smoke [sth] out enfumer [room, house] ; you'll smoke the place out! tu vas enfumer toute la pièce!

Big English-French dictionary. 2003.

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