visible vapour with particles of carbon coming from a burning substance
an act or period of smoking
give off smoke or other visible vapour
draw in smoke from a cigarette, cigar, pipe, etc. through the mouth, then blow it out again
preserve sth to give a special taste
"the fire produced a tower of black smoke that could be seen for miles"
"with all that smoke there must be a fire somewhere"
"his dreams all turned to smoke"
"it was just smoke and mirrors"
"he went outside for a smoke"
"he swung late on the fastball"
"he showed batters nothing but smoke"
"We never smoked marijuana"
"Do you smoke?"
"The chimney was fuming"
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.
The soldiers smoked the enemy out of their hiding-places.
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。 smoke sth ⇔ out
Turn off that pan—you're smoking the place out!
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。