smoky

smoky
['sməʊkɪ] 1.
aggettivo [room] fumoso, pieno di fumo; [fire] che fa fumo; [cheese, ham] affumicato; [glass] affumicato, fumé
2.
nome AE colloq. (cop) = poliziotto; (police) = polizia
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adjective
1) (filled with, or giving out (too much) smoke: The atmosphere in the room was thick and smoky.) fumoso
2) (like smoke in appearance etc.) fumoso
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smoky /ˈsməʊkɪ/
a.
1 fumoso; che fa fumo; che è pieno di fumo: a smoky room, una stanza fumosa; a smoky fire, un fuoco che fa fumo
2 affumicato; sporco di fumo: a smoky ceiling, un soffitto sporco di fumo; (geol.) smoky quartz, quarzo affumicato
3 del colore del fumo; (di vetro) affumicato, fumé
4 che sa di fumo
5 (slang spreg. USA) negro; dei negri
smoky grey, grigio fumo (il colore).
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['sməʊkɪ] 1.
aggettivo [room] fumoso, pieno di fumo; [fire] che fa fumo; [cheese, ham] affumicato; [glass] affumicato, fumé
2.
nome AE colloq. (cop) = poliziotto; (police) = polizia

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