Romanian English Dictionary

limba română - English

fum in English:

1. smoke smoke


Smoke appeared.
The fact that nowadays fewer men smoke is a headache for the Japanese tobacco industry.
A study reports that 53,000 Americans die each year as a result of secondhand smoke.
In the early days people communicated by smoke signals.
The compromise which permits a smoker to smoke in the smoking corner was born after heated discussion.
The number of people who smoke is increasing, so cancer will soon be the most common cause of death.
High school students who flagrantly smoke in class and the teachers who can't caution them will be punished.
Probably just a stupid urban legend "But they do say 'there's no smoke without fire', don't they?"
At long last, the two chiefs of the Indian tribes have decided to bury the hatchet and smoke the peace pipe.
Oh, give us a break. We all know that your entire story was just a smoke.
Although Hiroko dislikes cigarette smoke, she readily goes out drinking with friends.
Something must be wrong with our car; the engine is giving off smoke.
Done! says the angel, and disappears in a cloud of smoke and a bolt of lightning.
Someone told me that every cigarette you smoke takes seven minutes away from your life.
All hope of my promotion went up in smoke after my reorganization plan fell through.