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Meaning & Definition of Smoke in English

English

Smoke

/smoʊk/

noun

1. A cloud of fine particles suspended in a gas

    synonym:
  • smoke
  • ,
  • fume

2. A hot vapor containing fine particles of carbon being produced by combustion

  • "The fire produced a tower of black smoke that could be seen for miles"
    synonym:
  • smoke
  • ,
  • smoking

3. An indication of some hidden activity

  • "With all that smoke there must be a fire somewhere"
    synonym:
  • smoke

4. Something with no concrete substance

  • "His dreams all turned to smoke"
  • "It was just smoke and mirrors"
    synonym:
  • smoke

5. Tobacco leaves that have been made into a cylinder

    synonym:
  • roll of tobacco
  • ,
  • smoke

6. Street names for marijuana

    synonym:
  • pot
  • ,
  • grass
  • ,
  • green goddess
  • ,
  • dope
  • ,
  • weed
  • ,
  • gage
  • ,
  • sess
  • ,
  • sens
  • ,
  • smoke
  • ,
  • skunk
  • ,
  • locoweed
  • ,
  • Mary Jane

7. The act of smoking tobacco or other substances

  • "He went outside for a smoke"
  • "Smoking stinks"
    synonym:
  • smoke
  • ,
  • smoking

8. (baseball) a pitch thrown with maximum velocity

  • "He swung late on the fastball"
  • "He showed batters nothing but smoke"
    synonym:
  • fastball
  • ,
  • heater
  • ,
  • smoke
  • ,
  • hummer
  • ,
  • bullet

verb

1. Inhale and exhale smoke from cigarettes, cigars, pipes

  • "We never smoked marijuana"
  • "Do you smoke?"
    synonym:
  • smoke

2. Emit a cloud of fine particles

  • "The chimney was fuming"
    synonym:
  • fume
  • ,
  • smoke

Examples of using

I didn't use to smoke.
The southern Italian island of Sicily has been covered with a vast plume of smoke and ash.
We had to smoke our meat to preserve it.