Definition of 'smoker'
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Sue has been a heavy smoker since senior school. Coping with Angina (1990)Smokers who quit saw the extra stroke risk vanish in six months. The Sun (2016)What can passive smokers do to help themselves? Times, Sunday Times (2010)Another defensive sector is tobacco as smokers tend to keep buying despite economic woes. Times, Sunday Times (2012)There is no smugness quite like the smugness of the social smoker. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Just shows what they make out of us drinkers and smokers! The Sun (2012)It is often used to help smokers to quit. Times, Sunday Times (2007)It specialises in selling annuities to heavy smokers and drinkers and those with diagnosed illnesses. Times, Sunday Times (2013)But the number of smokers quitting did not increase. The Sun (2016)He is usually both a heavy smoker and drinker. Self-Hypnosis (1994)And the smokers should quit then save the money they would have otherwise spent on cigarettes. The Sun (2010)This means that three times as many smokers are now quitting than in the nine months before the ban. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Initially it will help screen smokers at high risk of lung cancer, alongside conventional screening. Times, Sunday Times (2010)The heavy smoker has been battling a new cancer scare after previously being given the all-clear. The Sun (2011)The earlier they began to smoke, the more likely they are to be heavy smokers. You and Your Adolescent: A Parents' Guide for Ages 10 to 20 (1990)Smokers and drinkers age rapidly and soon lose their looks - as well as their health. The Sun (2012)Some 10 percent of heavy smokers may in turn become dependent on the gum. Understanding Cancer (1987)VAT on nicotine patches and gum will be ditched to help smokers quit. The Sun (2007)This could more than double the taxes payable on e-cigarettes despite their proven ability to wean smokers off tobacco. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Although most social smokers would claim they are not chemically addicted to nicotine, the experts are not so sure. Times, Sunday Times (2010)This will help smokers quit. The Sun (2006) Tobacco smokers suffer ill effects and possibly death as a result in their 60s or 70s. Times, Sunday Times (2011)
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British English: smoker /ˈsməʊkə/ NOUN
A smoker is a person who habitually smokes tobacco.
He was not a heavy smoker.
- American English: smoker
- Arabic: مُدَخِّن
- Brazilian Portuguese: fumante
- Chinese: 吸烟者
- Croatian: pušač
- Czech: kuřák
- Danish: ryger
- Dutch: roker
- European Spanish: fumador
- Finnish: tupakoitsija
- French: fumeur
- German: Raucher
- Greek: καπνιστής
- Italian: fumatore
- Japanese: 喫煙者
- Korean: 흡연자
- Norwegian: røyker
- Polish: palacz
- European Portuguese: fumador
- Romanian: fumător
- Russian: курильщик
- Spanish: fumador
- Swedish: rökare
- Thai: ผู้สูบบุหรี่
- Turkish: sigara içen
- Ukrainian: курець
- Vietnamese: người nghiện thuốc lá
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