Translation of smoker in Spanish:

smoker

Pronunciation: /ˈsməʊkər; ˈsməʊkə(r)/

noun/nombre

  • 1.1 (person) fumador, (masculine, feminine) he's a heavy smoker fuma mucho smoker's cough tos (feminine) de fumador
    More example sentences
    • I did not encounter any women in the community who were regular smokers of local tobacco, or any young men.
    • Such opponents of the bans say that many smokers are addicted to tobacco and nicotine and therefore need to smoke.
    • In conclusion, our results show that a high percentage of tobacco smokers tend to be drinkers also.
    More example sentences
    • Housed in food tents alongside the pier, some of West Cork's finest fish smokers, cheese makers and organic gardeners will have their produce on sale.
    • The plan is to use this for a year or so, then build a brick smoker with integrated barbecue next summer.
    • Remove the liver from the smoker; lay on a sheet of plastic wrap on a flat work surface.
    1.2 [Railways/Ferrocarriles] compartimento (masculine)/vagón (masculine) or carro (masculine) de fumadores is this a smoker? ¿se puede fumar aquí?

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