- n. 烟草
- [U][C]烟草,烟叶 the dried leaves of a type of plant as prepared for smoking in cigarettes, pipes, etc. or for chewing
leaves of the tobacco plant dried and prepared for smoking or ingestion
aromatic annual or perennial herbs and shrubs
- A high amount of money is spent on tobacco every year.
- It's forbidden to sell tobacco to children under 16.
- His breath reeked of tobacco.
- Tobacco and alcoholic drinks are taxed heavily in their country.
- He rammed the tobacco into his pipe.
- If your land had been fertile, you could have grown tobacco.
- This shop is licensed to sell tobacco.
- His wife did not allow him to touch any drink or tobacco.
- He breathed tobacco smoke into my face.
- These cigarettes are made with a mixture of the best tobaccos.
- They were forced to work long hours in the cotton and tobacco fields. This work was hard.
- This advertisement war was initiated by a few big tobacco companies.
- chew tobacco 嚼烟草
- cure tobacco 烤烟叶
- declare tobacco 申报烟类
- grow tobacco 种烟草
- raise tobacco 种烟草
- swear off tobacco 立誓戒烟
Sublime Tobacco! Which from east to west Cheers the tar's labour or the Turkman's rest.出自： Byron
- tobacco指的是“烟草,烟叶”,是一种用来制造烟丝、香烟的主要原料,是不可数名词。指特定的烟草时可用作可数名词; 在表示“多种烟草”时,可以用复数形式。
- ☆ 直接源自西班牙语的tabaco，意为一卷烟草。