Definition of cigarette paper in English:

cigarette paper

Syllabification: cig·a·rette pa·per

noun

A piece of thin paper with a gummed edge in which tobacco can be rolled to make a cigarette.
More example sentences
  • He rolled it up in a piece of cigarette paper, and walked back into the room.
  • It will also be illegal to have an unlit cigarette in your mouth, as ‘tobacco product’ includes any cigarette paper, tube or filter made for use in the smoking of tobacco.
  • ‘Rizla have become the equivalent of Hoover in the cigarette paper business,’ he said.

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