cigarette

ˌsɪɡəˈret сущ. сигарета;
папироса Have a cigarette! ≈ Закуривайте! to light (up) cigarette ≈ закурить сигарету to puff on a cigarette ≈ дымить сигаретой to smoke a cigarette ≈ выкурить сигарету to roll a cigarette ≈ скрутить/свернуть сигарету He used to roll his own cigarettes. ≈ Он обычно курил самокрутки. to extinguish, put out, stub out a cigarette ≈ гасить сигарету live cigarette ≈ дымящая сигарета king-size cigarette ≈ очень большая сигарета mentholated cigarette ≈ сигарета с ментолом pack of cigarettes амер., packet of cigarettes брит. ≈ упаковка сигарет, пачка сигарет filtertipped cigarette сигарета;
папироса - * paper папиросная бумага (американизм) большая моторная лодка с открытым кокпитом для прибрежных гонок cigarette сигарета;
папироса;
have a cigarette! закуривайте!;
filtertipped cigarette сигарета с фильтром cigarette сигарета;
папироса;
have a cigarette! закуривайте!;
filtertipped cigarette сигарета с фильтром cigarette сигарета;
папироса;
have a cigarette! закуривайте!;
filtertipped cigarette сигарета с фильтром

Большой англо-русский и русско-английский словарь. 2001.

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  • cigarette — [ sigarɛt ] n. f. • 1831, rare av. 1840; de 1. cigare 1 ♦ Petit rouleau de tabac haché et enveloppé dans un papier fin. ⇒fam. cibiche, clope, pipe, sèche, tige. Paquet, cartouche de cigarettes. Feuille de papier à cigarette. Rouler une cigarette …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • Cigarette — Cig a*rette , n. [F. cigarette.] A little cigar; a little fine tobacco rolled in paper for smoking. [Also spelled {cigaret}.] Syn: cigarette, fag, weed. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • cigarette — (n.) 1835, American English, from Fr. cigarette (19c.), dim. of cigare cigar (18c.; see CIGAR (Cf. cigar)). Spanish form cigarito, cigarita also was popular mid 19c …   Etymology dictionary

  • cigarette — is normally stressed on the third syllable in BrE and on the first syllable in AmE. Even in BrE, however, the stress can fall on the first syllable when the rhythm of the sentence seems to prefer this (as in Cigarettes are dear) …   Modern English usage

  • cigarette — (US also cigaret) ► NOUN ▪ a cylinder of finely cut tobacco rolled in paper for smoking. ORIGIN French, little cigar …   English terms dictionary

  • cigarette — or cigaret [sig΄ə ret′, sig′ə ret΄] n. [Fr dim. of cigare, cigar < Sp cigarro: see CIGAR] a small roll of finely cut tobacco wrapped in thin paper for smoking and usually having a filter tip …   English World dictionary

  • Cigarette — For other uses, see Cigarette (disambiguation). Cig redirects here. For other uses, see Cig (disambiguation). Two unlit, filtered f6 brand cigarettes from Germany. A cigarette (from Mayan Siyar; to smoke rolled tobacco leaves [1] …   Wikipedia

  • Cigarette — Pour les articles homonymes, voir Cigarette (homonymie) …   Wikipédia en Français

  • cigarette — noun ADJECTIVE ▪ lighted, lit, unlit ▪ He accidentally dropped a lighted cigarette on the chair. ▪ half smoked ▪ illicit ▪ …   Collocations dictionary

  • cigarette — n. 1) to light (up); puff on, smoke a cigarette 2) to roll a cigarette (he used to roll his own cigarettes) 3) to extinguish. put out, stub out a cigarette 4) a live cigarette 5) a filter tip; king size; low tar; mentholated cigarette 6) a… …   Combinatory dictionary

  • cigarette — /sig euh ret , sig euh ret /, n. a cylindrical roll of finely cut tobacco cured for smoking, considerably smaller than most cigars and usually wrapped in thin white paper. Also, cigaret. [1820 30; < F, equiv. to cigare CIGAR + ette ETTE] * * *… …   Universalium

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