自2010年至今的四级考试中， 共出现过 次
自2010年至今的六级考试中， 共出现过 次
N-UNCOUNT 烟 Smoke consists of gas and small bits of solid material that are sent into the air when something burns.
A cloud of black smoke blew over the city...
The air was thick with cigarette smoke.
VERB 冒烟 If something is smoking, smoke is coming from it.
The chimney was smoking fiercely.
...a pile of smoking rubble.
VERB 吸(烟);抽(烟) When someone smokes a cigarette, cigar, or pipe, they suck the smoke from it into their mouth and blow it out again. If you smoke, you regularly smoke cigarettes, cigars, or a pipe.
He was sitting alone, smoking a big cigar...
It's not easy to quit smoking cigarettes...
VERB 熏制(鱼、肉等) If fish or meat is smoked, it is hung over burning wood so that the smoke preserves it and gives it a special flavour.
...the grid where the fish were being smoked.
PHRASE 无风不起浪 If someone says there's no smoke without fire or where there's smoke there's fire, they mean that there are rumours or signs that something is true so it must be at least partly true.
PHRASE 被焚毁;被烧掉;被付之一炬 If something goes up in smoke, it is destroyed by fire.
More than 900 years of British history went up in smoke in the Great Fire of Windsor.
PHRASE 以失败告终;一事无成 If something that is very important to you goes up in smoke, it fails or ends without anything being achieved.
Their dreams went up in smoke after the collapse of their travel agency.