Definition of 'cigarette lighter'
Example sentences containing 'cigarette lighter'
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Frido had a cigarette lighter and they inspected the map. IN LOVE AND WAR (2003)`Well,' Vance replied, clicking at a cigarette lighter. MUSIC FOR BOYS (2003)Wolfgang crumpled it up and lit it with his cigarette lighter. TOY SHOP (2003)
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Translations for 'cigarette lighter'
British English: cigarette lighter /ˌsɪɡəˈrɛt ˈlaɪtə/ NOUN
A cigarette lighter is a device which produces a small flame when you press a switch and which you use to light a cigarette or cigar.
- American English: cigarette lighter
- Arabic: قَدَّاحَة سَجَائِر
- Brazilian Portuguese: isqueiro
- Chinese: 打火机
- Croatian: upaljač za cigarete
- Czech: zapalovač
- Danish: lighter
- Dutch: sigarettenaansteker
- European Spanish: mechero
- Finnish: savukkeensytytin
- French: briquet
- German: Feuerzeug
- Greek: αναπτήρας
- Italian: accendino
- Japanese: シガレットライター
- Korean: 라이터
- Norwegian: sigarettenner
- Polish: zapalniczka
- European Portuguese: isqueiro
- Romanian: brichetă
- Russian: зажигалка
- Spanish: encendedor
- Swedish: tändare
- Thai: ไฟที่จุดบุหรี่
- Turkish: çakmak
- Ukrainian: запальничка
- Vietnamese: bật lửa
Definition of cigarette lighter from the Collins English Dictionary
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