Noun(1) finely ground tobacco wrapped in paper; for smoking
(1) Simon stepped out to get a paper from the boot and to smoke a cigarette .(2) Marlene stubbed out her cigarette in the ashtray upon the low coffee table.(3) Standing in the doorway of the library, rolling a cigarette , is a young woman.(4) the place was thick with cigarette smoke(5) He was told by bar staff to put out the cigarette but continued smoking.(6) he was smoking a cigarette(7) cigarette butt(8) she lit a cigarette(9) Yes, it's smelly, dirty and harmful, but in reality people do smoke cigarettes .(10) Herbal cigarettes , sold in pharmacies and health stores, have a very limited market.(11) A leading medical journal called today for an outright ban on smoking and cigarettes .(12) Cousin Liam and Nate were just a pair of casual guys who sat around smoking cigarettes and cracking jokes.(13) So in the end, we all went outside and smoked our cigarettes on the pavement like outcasts.(14) If you really want to smoke cigarettes then do it in the privacy of your own home.(15) She picked up a gold cigarette case and pulled free one of the thin cigarettes .(16) The following morning he said he rolled several cannabis cigarettes to smoke during the day.
(1) cigarette lighter :: usikilidi ukuxegiselwa
1. smoke ::
2. butt ::
4. cancer stick ::
5. coffin nail ::
6. fag ::
Different Formscigarette, cigarettes
English to Zulu Dictionary: cigarette
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