- present participle of smoke#English|smoke
- Giving off smoke.
- (slang) Sexually attractive, usually referring to a woman.
- That woman is smoking!
- (slang) Showing great skill or talent.
- The band put on a smoking performance.
- Portuguese: esfumaçante
- Russian: дымящий
- Spanish: humeante
- Portuguese: gostoso
- Russian: привлека́тельный
- The act or process of emitting smoke.
- The burning and inhalation of tobacco.
- Smoking can lead to lung cancer.
- 2012, Montgomery J. Granger, Saving Grace at Guantanamo Bay: A Memoir of a Citizen Warrior
- He had the loudest voice of any drill sergeant, and seemed to enjoy the group smokings as well as the individual smokings.
- (by extension) The burning and inhalation of other substances, e.g. marijuana.
- The act of exposing (something) to smoke; (by extension) the process by which foods are cured or flavoured by smoke
- (slang, obsolete) A bantering; teasing; mockery.
- French: tabagisme
- German: Rauchen
- Italian: fumare, tabagismo
- Portuguese: fumo, tabagismo
- Russian: куре́ние
- Spanish: tabaquismo
- Portuguese: esfumaçamento