Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Cigarette"

The meaning of "Cigarette" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does cigarettecigarette sticks有什么区别? mean?
A: A cigarette stick IS a cigarette. The label is specifying per stick, in order to be more understandable. Alternatively, it could be to differentiate from electronic cigarettes and vaping.
Q: What does Sneaking cigarettes mean?
A: This is a funny statement because the person smoking cigarettes is trying to hide the fact that they smoke. Examples: The kids were sneaking cigarettes around the corner thinking their mom would not notice. Spending the weekend with your parents means I am going to have to sneak cigarettes outside (so I can smoke without them knowing).
Q: What does cigarette butts mean?
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Q: What does traditional cigarette mean?
A: Tobacco.
Q: What does I had a cigarette while I was waiting. mean?
A: You smoke a cigarette while waiting for someone/something.

Example sentences using "Cigarette"

Q: Please show me example sentences with cigarette.
A: “He smoked a cigarette.” “He lit a cigarette.” “The room reeked of cigarette smoke.” “Cigarettes are not healthy.” “This is a cigarette free zone.”
Q: Please show me example sentences with cigarette.
A: Do you have a cigarette? I don't smoke cigarettes. My friend brought a pack of cigarettes.
Q: Please show me example sentences with cigarette.
A: I really need a cigarette right now. I'm out of cigarettes. Do you have a cigarette? Can I bum a cigarette off of you? I need to buy cigarettes. Cigarettes are bad for you. Cigarettes are gross. I hate the smell of cigarettes. Her car smells like cigarettes. He always smells like cigarettes

Synonyms of "Cigarette" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between cigarette and cigar and taboco and joint ?
A: Cigarettes are small and skinny rolled up tobacco, usually in a pack for multiple uses. A cigar is a very large roll of tobacco. Tobacco and a joint are not the same at all. Tobacco is what is inside cigarettes and cigars. A joint is marijuana
Q: What is the difference between cigarettes and cigars ?
A: Cigars are usually bigger and thicker than cigarettes, last longer when smoked, contain more tobacco and are more expensive.
Q: What is the difference between cigarette butt and cigarette end and cigarette stub and fag-end and stump ?
A: They all mean the same thing. Cigarette stub or butt is the one I hear the most. I recommend you don't use fag-end - fag used to be slang for cigarettes but now it's a nasty insult to gay people.
Q: What is the difference between cigarette and tabacco ?
A: Cigarette is a small roll of paper that is filled with cut tobacco and smoked. Tobacco is a plant that produces leaves which are smoked in cigarettes, pipes, etc. : the leaves of the tobacco plant used for smoking or chewing : products (such as cigars or cigarettes) that are made from tobacco
Q: What is the difference between I smoked all cigarettes already. and I have smoked all cigarettes already. ?
A: (They're only a beginner speaker. Talk simply please.) The difference isn't big. You can use either of them.

Translations of "Cigarette"

Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? main cigarette chodna chahta hoon
A: I want to quit the cigarette
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? cigarettes
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? cigarette
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Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? let's go for a cigarette! in slang?
A: Or "let's go for a smoke".
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? a cigarette with marijuana
A: a "joint"

Other questions about "Cigarette"

Q: How many cigarettes do you smoke a day? does this sound natural?
A: That isn't the least bit unnatural, the phrase is fine.
Q: Who did the fucking cigarettes create? does this sound natural?
A: Who created the f*cking cigarettes?
Q: What should I say to ask a cigarette from a stranger outside? Or you don't do it in England?
A: Use your rough russian accent and try a mad face and they will give you all their cigarettes and their wallet too. Let's be serious, you can say 'do you have a cigarette, please? But all over the world there are people who like to share and others who do not, so it's better if you hope or if you buy that yourself
Q: There are a few cigarettes left, but not many. If I worked last semester, I would have passed my final exam. You must have been worried when you heard about the accident. does this sound natural?
A: If I had worked last semester, I would have passed my final exam.
Q: Can you spare some cigarette What does spare mean?
A: it means do you have extra cigarette you can give me. Spare here means extra

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