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.) røyk
2) (an act of smoking (a cigarette etc): I came outside for a smoke.) røyk
2. verb
1) (to give off smoke.) ryke, ose, røyke
2) (to draw in and puff out the smoke from (a cigarette etc): I don't smoke, but he smokes cigars.) røyke
3) (to dry, cure, preserve (ham, fish etc) by hanging it in smoke.) røyke
- smokeless
- smoker
- smoking
- smoky
- smoke detector
- smokescreen
- go up in smoke
damp
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dunst
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eim
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os
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ryke
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røyk
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røyke
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røyking
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sigarett
I
subst. \/sməʊk\/
1) røyk, os, gass
2) (hverdagslig) røyk, blås, noe å røyke på (også hasj, marihuana e.l.)
3) (amer., slang) billig sprit, blanding av tresprit og vann
4) (slang) forklaring: nedsettende betegnelse på svart person
5) (amer.) bedrag
go like smoke (hverdagslig) gå med veldig fart, gå lynsnart, gå som et oljet lyn
go up in smoke (hverdagslig) gå opp i røyk (overført) gå i taket, eksplodere, bli rasende
have\/take a smoke ta seg en røyk
no smoke without fire (ordtak) ingen røyk uten ild
smoke and mirrors løgn og bedrag, oppspinn
the big smoke (hverdagslig) byen
II
verb \/sməʊk\/
1) ryke, ose, dampe
the chimney smokes
det ryker av pipen
the lamp smokes badly
lampen oser veldig
2) røyke
may I smoke?
3) konservere ved å røyke
smoked salmon
røykelaks
4) røykbeise
5) gjøre mørkere med røyk
the café had a smoked ceiling
taket i kafeen var mørknet av røyk
6) (slang) rase, kjøre i stor fart
7) (gammeldags) ane, legge merke til, være, mistenke
8) (militærvesen) røyklegge, legge røykteppe over
9) (overført) tilsløre, tåkelegge
10) (om leirdue) smadre(s)
11) (slang, praktisering av fellatio) sokke
smoke along fare i vei, rase av sted
smoked glasses (til bruk ved solformørkelse) mørke\/sotsvertede briller
smoked windows sotede vinduer
smoke someone out (overført) presse noen til å avsløre noe
smoke something out (overført) tvinge frem, avsløre
smoke up fylle med røyk, røyklegge

English-Norwegian dictionary. 2013.

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