Definition of spliff in English:

spliff

Syllabification: spliff
Pronunciation: /splif
 
/

noun

British informal
A marijuana cigarette.
More example sentences
  • I think so, a lot of people would be smoking spliffs instead of having cigarettes.
  • Being a retired Inspector from the Met, you would think my Stepfather could differentiate between sucking on a few bummed low-grade resin spliffs in my back garden, and developing a crack/heroin habit.
  • When liberal middle class voices shout for legalization they are talking about sly spliffs under the kitchen table rather than the collapse of underclass Britain in to a drug induced haze.

Origin

1930s: of unknown origin.

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