- <美俚> 黑人
- 冒烟，喷烟 ，冒雾气，冒水汽
- 熏赶， 熏染，熏制，用烟熏
- [U] 烟 visible vapour with particles of carbon coming from a burning substance
- [S] 吸烟 an act or period of smoking
- vi. 冒烟,冒气 give off smoke or other visible vapour
- vt. & vi. 抽烟 draw in smoke from a cigarette, cigar, pipe, etc. through the mouth, then blow it out again
- vt. 用烟熏制 preserve sth to give a special taste
- a cloud of fine particles suspended in a gas
- 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"
- an indication of some hidden activity;
"with all that smoke there must be a fire somewhere"
- something with no concrete substance;
"his dreams all turned to smoke"
"it was just smoke and mirrors"
- tobacco leaves that have been made into a cylinder
- street names for marijuana
- the act of smoking tobacco or other substances;
"he went outside for a smoke"
- (baseball) a pitch thrown with maximum velocity;
"he swung late on the fastball"
"he showed batters nothing but smoke"
- inhale and exhale smoke from cigarettes, cigars, pipes;
"We never smoked marijuana"
"Do you smoke?"
- emit a cloud of fine particles;
"The chimney was fuming"
- The stove let out a puff of smoke.
- The smoke from chimney is spreading out in the sky.
- The smoke of the burning house could be seen many blocks away.
- They stopped work to have a smoke.
- It's against the rules of the school to smoke.
- You are advised not to smoke during pregnancy.
- The stove is smoking badly.
Smoke is coming out of the chimney.
Smoke filled the room.
The smoke hurt my eyes.
Smoke poured out of the windows of the burning house.
A pillar of smoke rose high into the air.
Clouds of smoke belched from the burning building.
The house is full of smoke.
The people on the island are sending up smoke signals.
Light and heat are sent off, together with heavy smoke, and soon only black charcoal is left.
The fire sent out a lot of smoke but little damage was caused.
The burning firewood sent up clouds of smoke into the air.
I'm dying for a smoke.
Take a smoke.
I have to have a smoke after dinner.
I came outside for a smoke.
Have you got any smokes?
He smiled and offered me a smoke.
The fireplace smokes badly.
Do you smoke?
He never smokes.
He was smoking a pipe.
He smoked a cigar after lunch.
If you smoke opium, give it up.
He was smoking ham.
People smoked fish to preserve them.
They had to smoke the plants in a greenhouse.
He smoked a sheet of glass to look at the sun.
The ceiling was smoked.
He smoked himself sick.
He smoked his throat raw.
- go up in smoke
被烧光 be completely burntThe barn full of hay went up in smoke.装满干草的粮仓烧毁了。
The whole house went up in smoke in less than an hour. 整座房子不到一小时就被烧光了。
Hundreds of valuable books had gone up in smoke. 几百本很有价值的书都烧成了灰烬。
以失败告终,未剩下有价值的东西 result in failure, leave nothing of value behindWhen he crashed his car all his travel plans went up in smoke.他把汽车撞坏了,他的整个旅行计划都吹了。
Jane's hopes of going to college went up in smoke when her father lost his job. 简的父亲失业使她上大学的希望成为泡影。
All his plans have gone up in smoke. 他的全部计划都成了泡影。
- 被烧光 be completely burntThe barn full of hay went up in smoke.装满干草的粮仓烧毁了。
- there is no smoke without fire
无火不生烟,谣言总是事出有因 there is always some reason for a rumour
He's denied having an affair with his secretary but of course there's no smoke without fire. 他不承认他和他的秘书有染,可是无风不起浪啊。
- 无火不生烟,谣言总是事出有因 there is always some reason for a rumour
- smoke out (v.+adv.)
用烟熏出 force out of a place by using smoke smoke sb/sth ⇔ out
He smoked the snakes out from the hole.他把蛇从洞中熏出。
The soldiers smoked the enemy out of their hiding-places.士兵们用烟把敌人从隐藏的地方熏了出来。用于be ～ed结构
The old war criminal was at last smoked out from his hiding-place abroad and brought to trial.那个老战犯终于在他国外隐藏处被查了出来,并接受审判。
使某处充满烟 fill sth with smoke smoke sth ⇔ out
Turn off that pan—you're smoking the place out!快把平底锅关上——你把这儿弄得都是烟。
- 用烟熏出 force out of a place by using smoke smoke sb/sth ⇔ out
- blow away smoke 吹走烟
- give forth smoke 冒烟
- give off smoke 冒烟
- produce smoke 产生烟雾
- pull smoke into people's faces 朝着人的脸喷烟
- remove smoke 除去烟雾
- enjoy a smoke 享受吸烟的乐趣
- go out for a smoke 到外面去吸烟
- have a smoke 抽支烟
- offer sb a smoke 给某人一支烟
- pass the smokes around 分发香烟
- smell smoke 闻到烟味
- stop for a smoke 停下来吸烟
- take a smoke 抽支烟
- take a good〔nice〕 smoke 美美地抽上一支烟
- taste a smoke 品尝香烟
- after-dinner smoke 饭后一支烟
- big smokes 雾都(指伦敦)
- black smoke 黑烟,浓烟
- heavy smoke 浓烟
- light smoke 轻烟
- poisonous smoke 有毒的烟
- thick smoke 浓烟
- be enveloped in smoke 被烟雾包围
- a curl of smoke 一缕烟
- clouds of smoke 一团团的烟
- the smell of bonfire smoke 篝火的烟味
- smoke a pipe 抽烟斗
- smoke a sheet of glass 熏黑一块玻璃
- smoke fish 熏鱼
- smoke ham 熏火腿
- smoke opium 吸鸦片
- smoke the ceiling 熏黑天棚
- smoke the insects 用烟熏虫子
- smoke the plants 用烟熏植物
Smoke rose out of the chimney, melting into the..air.出自：J. Baldwin
Ann lit a cigarette, and blew the smoke away from Saki's face.出自：E. J. Howard
Fires burned all day, adding thick smoke to our..crowded air.出自：L. Spalding
An indolent volcano which smoked faintly.出自：J. Conrad
Ireland was..smoking with the embers of rebellion.出自：fig.
- smoke的基本意思是指燃烧中产生的“烟”,用作不可数名词。smoke在口语中也可指“吸烟或抽烟”的动作或过程,一般用单数形式; 在非正式用语中还可指“香烟”,用作可数名词。
- smoke的基本意思是“冒烟”,是不及物动词; 引申则表示“抽烟”“吸烟”,可用作及物动词,也可用作不及物动词; smoke还可表示“用烟熏制(肉、鱼、香肠等)”,多用作及物动词。
误 We saw a thick black smoke coming out of the window.
正 We saw thick black smoke coming out of the window.
误 To smoke is prohibited here.
正 Smoking is prohibited here.
析 说“禁止抽烟”的“抽烟”是泛指,应该用smoking。但当具体地指某人抽烟时,多用动词不定式。如：It is not very good for you to smoke so much.抽烟多对你身体没有好处。
- ☆ 直接源自晚期古英语的smcoa，意为烟、火。
- blot 污点
- befog 用雾笼罩
- carbon monoxide[化]一氧化碳...
- give off散发(光、气味等)...
- send out派遣
- Mary Jane <俚>大麻
- sess会议 (=session...
- smokeless adj. 无烟的；不冒烟的
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- smoke:smoke n. 烟, 烟尘, 烟幕v. 抽烟, 吸烟vi. 冒烟 英英解释:名词smoke:1. a cloud of fine particles suspended in a gas同义词：fu…