smoking
noun
1. (cigarette consumption) 
a. fumar 
Smoking is prohibited in closed public spaces.Fumar está prohibido en lugares públicos cerrados.
2. (culinary) 
Smoking gives food a new flavor.El ahumado le da un sabor distinto a la comida.
adjective
3. (giving off smoke) 
a. humeante 
When we saw the smoking vehicle, we called a mechanic.Cuando vimos el vehículo humeante, llamamos a un mecánico.
4. (colloquial) (very attractive) 
a. despampanante (colloquial) 
That actress is smoking!¡Esa actriz es despampanante!
b. buenísimo (colloquial) (Spain) 
His brother is smoking!¡Su hermano está buenísimo!
smoking
Noun
1. (general) 
a. no direct translation 
smoking can damage your healthel tabaco perjudica seriamente la salud
no smokingprohibido fumar
smoking compartmentcompartimento de fumadores
smoking jacketbatín m
smoking roomsalón de fumar
smoking [ˈsməʊkɪŋ]
noun
smoking is bad for you el fumar te perjudica; smoking or non-smoking? ¿fumador o no fumador?; to give up smoking dejar de fumar
no smoking prohibido fumar
no smoking area zona (f) de no fumadores
modifier
smoking car (n) (US) coche (m) de fumadores
smoking compartment (n) compartimento (m) de fumadores
smoking jacket (n) batín (m) corto
smoking room (n) sala (f) de fumadores
smoking
Usage note
This word may also be spelled “esmoquin.”
smoking
masculine noun
1. (clothing) 
a. tuxedo 
Mi papá va a ir de smoking a la boda.My dad is wearing a tuxedo to the wedding.
Los hombres van a usar smoking en la ceremonia.The men are going to wear dinner jackets at the ceremony.
smoking [ezˈmokin]
smokings (plural) [ezˈmokin] dinner jacket; tuxedo; (EEUU)
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