Definition of 'cigarette'
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These should be just as discouraged as the cigarette packets. The Sun (2016)I like the idea of sitting, sweating over a laptop with cigarette smoke in the air. The Sun (2017)We'd smoke 160 cigarettes a night. Times, Sunday Times (2016)They would come and buy cigarettes and then disappear. Times, Sunday Times (2008)We heard the snipers were winning packets of cigarettes for hitting the correct number of targets. Times, Sunday Times (2013)It important to keep active steer clear of cigarette smoke. The Sun (2006)One day he came in to buy cigarettes. The Sun (2008)You feel guilty about your anger and might often rely on props such as cigarettes or alcohol to cope. The Sun (2014)And the negotiations made are more in terms of offerings of fresh fish in exchange for alcohol and cigarettes. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Ninety per cent of smokers already know which brand of cigarettes they will buy before going into a shop. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Beer and cigarettes are brand buys. THE 22 IMMUTABLE LAWS OF BRANDING (2002)Ministers have decided they cannot justify some of the more draconian measures to reduce cigarette and alcohol sales during the economic downturn. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Besides cigarettes and pipe tobacco, the pub sells stamps and aspirin. The Sun (2016)This additional damage could be coming either from the free radicals present in cigarette smoke or from free radicals produced in the body. The Antioxidant Health Plan (1994)It also decreases the craving for cigarettes, alcohol and sugar. The Family Nutrition Workbook (1988)The increase was helped by British holidaymakers buying cheaper cigarettes and alcohol. Times, Sunday Times (2010)How serious is your craving for a cigarette, for alcohol? Successful Fasting -the easy way to cleanse your body of its poisons (1990)In the first week you could smoke as many cigarettes as you wanted, just none after dinner. Times, Sunday Times (2007)It called for measures including dearer tobacco, taking cigarettes off display in shops and banning smoking in cars. The Sun (2010)All cigarette tobacco is toasted. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Evidence also shows that people picking up a packet of cigarettes tend to buy other items as well, which also helps drive sales. Times, Sunday Times (2016)They were always friendly, had fantastic accents, and often left a cigarette in the packet. Times, Sunday Times (2010)In the case of the Indian troops, sweets will be supplied instead of tobacco or cigarettes. Times, Sunday Times (2014)They're tiny: not much larger than a cigarette packet. Times, Sunday Times (2013) Smoking cigarettes is an obvious example and, in recent years, obesity has become a bigger problem. Times, Sunday Times (2014)
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In Common Usage. cigarette is one of the 10000 most commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Translations for 'cigarette'
British English: cigarette /ˌsɪɡəˈrɛt/ NOUN
Cigarettes are small tubes of paper containing tobacco which people smoke.
- American English: cigarette
- Arabic: سِيجَارَة
- Brazilian Portuguese: cigarro
- Chinese: 香烟
- Croatian: cigareta
- Czech: cigareta
- Danish: cigaret
- Dutch: sigaret
- European Spanish: cigarrillo
- Finnish: savuke
- French: cigarette
- German: Zigarette
- Greek: τσιγάρο
- Italian: sigaretta
- Japanese: 紙巻きタバコ
- Korean: 담배
- Norwegian: sigarett
- Polish: papieros
- European Portuguese: cigarro
- Romanian: țigaretă
- Russian: сигарета
- Spanish: cigarrillo
- Swedish: cigarett
- Thai: บุหรี่
- Turkish: sigara
- Ukrainian: сигарета
- Vietnamese: điếu thuốc lá
Definition of cigarette from the Collins English Dictionary
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