Translation for 'tobacco smoke' from English to Russian
табачный дым {м}tobacco smoke
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табак {м}tobacco
кисет {м}tobacco pouch
жевательный табак {м}chewing tobacco
куритьto smoke
дым {м}smoke
Можно (мне) закурить?May I smoke?
курить травку [разг.]
to smoke grass [coll.] [marijuana]
дымить как паровоз [разг.]
to smoke like a chimney
Нет дыма без огня.
There is no smoke without fire.
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Usage Examples English
  • The tobacco smoke causes inflammation, secretion of mucus into the airway, and difficulty clearing that mucus out of the airways.
  • This tar is chemically similar to that found in tobacco smoke or cigars.
  • Copper is a constituent of tobacco smoke. The tobacco plant readily absorbs and accumulates heavy metals, such as copper from the surrounding soil into its leaves.
  • Ammonia is a constituent of tobacco smoke. At concentrations exceeding 2.0 mg/L, ammonia causes gill and tissue damage, extreme lethargy, convulsions, coma, and death.
  • Radiation is a more potent source of cancer when combined with other cancer-causing agents, such as radon plus tobacco smoke.

  • Natural tobacco polysaccharides, including cellulose, have been shown to be the primary precursors making acetaldehyde a significant constituent of tobacco smoke.
  • The indigenous peoples of North America employed tobacco smoke enemas to stimulate respiration, injecting the smoke using a rectal tube.
  • ... 5% for women). Tobacco smoke can combine with other carcinogens present within the environment in order to produce elevated degrees of lung cancer.
  • ... 0%). Tobacco smoke may be responsible for up to 20% of colorectal cancers in the United States.
  • These environmental stressors may include sleeping on the stomach or side, overheating, and exposure to tobacco smoke.

  • in forest fires, automobile exhaust, and tobacco smoke.
  • Following tobacco smoke inhalation, these are readily absorbed into the body of users.
  • The most common are from cancers resulting from exposure to second-hand tobacco smoke and musculoskeletal injury (MSI) from repetitive motion injuries while running table games over many hours.
  • In woodwind instrument repair, a smoke test involved plugging one end of an instrument and blowing tobacco smoke from the tester's mouth into the other to test for leaks.
  • HCN is a constituent of tobacco smoke.

  • Alcohol consumption may enhance the effects of psilocybin, because acetaldehyde, one of the primary breakdown metabolites of consumed alcohol, reacts with biogenic amines present in the body to produce MAOIs related to tetrahydroisoquinoline and β-carboline. Tobacco smokers may also experience more powerful effects with psilocybin, because tobacco smoke exposure decreases the activity of MAO in the brain and peripheral organs.
  • The group that had been exposed to tobacco smoke in the home appeared to have a much higher risk, while those who were not exposed to passive smoking did not show any increased risk with increasing radon exposure.
  • Above 500 °C, polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons may also form, which is of interest in the study of generation of carcinogens in tobacco smoke and cooking at high heat.
  • Trace amounts of up to 16 µg·m−3 have been detected in tobacco smoke.
  • The term "kippering" is used in slang to mean being immersed in a room filled with cigarette or other tobacco smoke.

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