smoke

smoke
[sməuk] 1. noun
1) (the cloudlike gases and particles of soot given off by something which is burning: Smoke was coming out of the chimney; He puffed cigarette smoke into my face.) dim
2) (an act of smoking (a cigarette etc): I came outside for a smoke.) kajenje
2. verb
1) (to give off smoke.) kaditi
2) (to draw in and puff out the smoke from (a cigarette etc): I don't smoke, but he smokes cigars.) kaditi
3) (to dry, cure, preserve (ham, fish etc) by hanging it in smoke.) dimiti
- smokeless
- smoker
- smoking
- smoky
- smoke detector
- smokescreen
- go up in smoke
* * *
I [smóuk]
noun
dim, oblak dima; sopara; figuratively megla, koprena; familiarly cigareta, cigara
a column of smoke — steber dima
like smoke slang kot veter (hitro), hipoma, naenkrat; brez težav, gladko
from smoke into smother — iz slabega v slabše, z dežja pod kap
the big smoke — (vzdevek za) London
there is no smoke without fire — kjer je dim, je tudi ogenj
that's all smoke slang vse to so same prazne besede
to end (to go up) in smoke figuratively razbliniti se, razpršiti se v dim, v nič
it will all end in a smoke — vse se bo razblinilo v nič, iz vsega tega ne bo nič
we're getting on like smoke slang to gre kot namazano
to go from smoke into smother — priti z dežja pod kap
I haven't had a smoke all the morning — ves dopoldan nisem nobene (cigarete) pokadil
let's have a smoke — prižgimo si eno (cigareto)!
to see things through the smoke of hate — videti stvari skozi tančico sovraštva
II [smóuk]
intransitive verb & transitive verb
kaditi (tobak, pipo itd.); kaditi se, dimiti (se) (with od); čaditi (se), okaditi (se); pariti (se); završeti; obsolete slutiti, domnevati; sušiti v dimu, prekajevati, prekaditi, dati okus po dimu; pregnati (razkužiti, uničiti) z dimom; British English obsolete drážiti, nagajati, imeti za norca (koga)
smoked glasses — sajasta (temna) očala (za gledanje v sonce)
smoked ham — prekajena gnjat
to smoke like chimney figuratively kaditi kot Turek, biti strasten kadilec
this cigar doesn't smoke well — ta cigara se ne kadi dobro
I soon began to smoke that something was wrong — kmalu sem zasumil, da nekaj ni v redu (da je nekaj narobe)
I was the first to smoke him figuratively meni se je najprej zbudil sum o njem; prvi sem ga spregledal
green wood smokes — svež les se pari
to smoke green fly — uničiti listno uš z dimom
I have not smoked for three years — že tri leta ne kadim
he has smoked himself sick — toliko je kadil, da mu je postalo slabo
the lamp smokes the ceiling — svetilka čadi strop
to smoke a plot — slutiti (vohati) zaroto
put that in your pipe and smoke it figuratively tu imaš nekaj, o čemer lahko razmišljaš
this rice is smoked — ta riž diši po dimu

English-Slovenian dictionary. 2013.

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