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

The meaning of "Smoker" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does smoker mean?
A: a person who smokes
Q: What does graduated smoker mean?
A: タバコを やめた
Q: What does a reformed smoker mean?
A: Someone who doesn't smoke anymore
Q: What does Not only do smokers suffer less from Parkinson's than their abstemious counterparts,but those who do develop it frequently have a milder form mean?
A: More people who don't smoke suffer from Parkinson's disease than people who do smoke. And those who smoke who have the disease tend to have a mild form of the disease

Synonyms of "Smoker" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between i don't want to walk after a smoker. and i don't want to walk behind a smoker. ?
A: they are the same 😄

Translations of "Smoker"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? smoker
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? to give their smokers a kick
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Other questions about "Smoker"

Q: You can communicate with smokers deeply one another by talking it over cigarette. Granted that is a good thing, but I think there are overwhelmingly more bad effects of smoke. does this sound natural?
A: "You can communicate with smokers deeply one another by talking it over cigarette."

Try instead...
"Smokers can communicate deeply while talking over a cigarette."

The first sentence is confusing because I am not sure if you are taking about my personal experience (saying "You can communicate deeply") or about how smokers can communicate deeply in general (which is what I assume you mean from context).

"Granted that is a good thing, but I think there are overwhelmingly more bad effects of smoke."

This sentence is more correct.
"Granted that is a good thing, but I think there are overwhelmingly more bad effects from smoking"

Change "of smoke" to "from smoking". The smoke itself is not the problem, it's the activity of smoking that is unhealthy.
Q: 1. I don't smoke.
2. I'm not a smoker.
3. I don't drink alcohol. does this sound natural?
A: Perfectly natural.
You can also say, “I don't drink.”
Q: We smokers pay high taxes but what does the government do for us? They don’t even make enough smoking area. does this sound natural?
A: Great, but maybe say "They don't even give us enough smoking areas"
Q: If that really happens, then smokers also smoke in smoking areas. There’s no need to smoke on the street. does this sound natural?
A: I think the* government needs*.
You might also want to use 'severely' instead of 'strongly'.

There are not/aren't* enough

Oh,* I think that's a great idea.

If that really happens, then smokers should start smoking in smoking areas (rather than on the streets). There would not/wouldn't* be any need for them to smoke on the street (anymore).
Would because we are still discussing an idea that hasn't happened yet, but may come to happen later'.

Keep up with the good work!!
Q: I am smoker. Was the USA allowed smoking on public parks in general?
A: Yes, in the US you can generally smoke outdoors and in your own home, or in someone else's home. But there are exceptions. A "smoke free campus" means that you can't smoke anywhere on the property - indoor or out.

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