smoke [{{t}}sməʊk]
1 noun
(a) (from fire, cigarette) fumée f;
to go up in smoke (building) brûler; {{}}figurative{{}} (plans) partir ou s'en aller en fumée;
{{}}familiar{{}} he had smoke coming out of his ears (was angry) ses yeux lançaient des éclairs ;
{{}}proverb{{}} there's no smoke without fire il n'y a pas de fumée sans feu
(b) (act of smoking)
to have a smoke fumer;
I went outside for a smoke je suis sorti fumer une cigarette
(c) {{}}familiar{{}} (cigarette) clope f; (cigar) cigare m;
have you got any smokes? t'as des clopes?
(d) {{}}familiar{{}} {{}}drugs slang{{}} (cannabis cigarette) joint m; (cannabis) chichon m, shit m
(e) {{}}British{{}} {{}}familiar{{}}
the (Big) Smoke (any big city) la grande ville ; (London) Londres
2 intransitive verb
(a) (fireplace, chimney, lamp) fumer;
the horses' flanks were smoking les chevaux étaient tout fumants
(b) (person) fumer;
do you smoke? (est-ce que) vous fumez?;
do you mind if I smoke? ça vous gêne si je fume?;
{{}}familiar{{}} to smoke like a chimney fumer comme un pompier ou un sapeur
3 transitive verb
(a) (cigarette, pipe, opium etc) fumer;
to smoke a pipe fumer la pipe;
to smoke twenty a day fumer vingt cigarettes par jour
(b) {{}}Cookery{{}} (fish, meat) fumer
(c) (glass) fumer
(d) (fumigate → plants, greenhouse, room) soumettre à des fumigations
►► smoke alarm détecteur m de fumée;
smoke bomb bombe f fumigène;
smoke detector détecteur m de fumée;
smoke hood hotte f (aspirante);
{{}}American{{}} smoke shop tabac m;
smoke signal signal m de fumée
smoke out separable transitive verb
(a) (fugitive, animal) enfumer; {{}}figurative{{}} (traitor, bandits) débusquer; (conspiracy, plot) découvrir
(b) (room) enfumer
(c) (finish)
my pipe is smoked out j'ai fini ma pipe
smoke up separable transitive verb
{{}}American{{}} (room) enfumer

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