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reefer
American English: /ˈrifər/
British English: /ˈriːfə/

Translation of reefer in Spanish:

noun

  • [slang] [dated]
    canuto (masculine) or (Mexico) toque (masculine) or (Colombia) varillo (masculine) or (Chile) pito (masculine) [colloquial]
    Example sentences
    • Establishments sell grass openly and the customers (Vietnamese rarely smoke) roll and lazily smoke reefers like a cigarette.
    • Hide hand-rolled cigarettes and an occasional reefer from folks at church.
    • They put a cannabis reefer between his fingers.
    Example sentences
    • Among a couple of hundred slang names for marijuana, some of the most common are: pot, weed, reefer, grass, dope, joint, seed, tea and Texas tea.
    • Unfortunately, at 14, Michael was interested in smoking reefer, petty larceny, hookers, LSD and basketball.
    • Terms from years ago, such as pot, herb, grass, weed, Mary Jane and reefer, are still used.

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