Definition of 'smoked'
Example sentences containing 'smoked'
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I'm still smoking the French brand the man smoked, I don't know why. THE EXECUTION (2002)He lit a cigarette, watched his trembling fingers until they stilled, then sat back and smoked. THE COMPANY OF STRANGERS (2002)She hid in the darkness, away from the lighted dance floor and smoked the cigarette down to her nails. THE COMPANY OF STRANGERS (2002)
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Translations for 'smoked'
British English: smoked /ˈsməʊkt/ ADJECTIVE
Smoked glass has been made darker by being treated with smoke.
...a white van with smoked-glass windows.
- American English: smoked
- Arabic: مُلَوَّن
- Brazilian Portuguese: defumado
- Chinese: 烟熏的
- Croatian: zatamnjen
- Czech: uzený
- Danish: røget
- Dutch: gerookt
- European Spanish: ahumado
- Finnish: savustettu
- French: fumé
- German: geräuchert
- Greek: καπνιστός
- Italian: affumicato
- Japanese: いぶした
- Korean: 훈제한
- Norwegian: røykt
- Polish: wędzony
- European Portuguese: fumado
- Romanian: fumuriu
- Russian: дымчатый
- Spanish: ahumado
- Swedish: rökt
- Thai: รมควัน
- Turkish: tütsülenmiş
- Ukrainian: копчений
- Vietnamese: hun khói
Definition of smoked from the Collins English Dictionary
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