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spliff

 (splĭf)
n. Slang
A marijuana cigarette.

[Jamaican English.]

spliff

(splɪf)
n
1. (Recreational Drugs) cannabis, used as a drug
2. (Recreational Drugs) a cannabis cigarette
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.spliff - marijuana leaves rolled into a cigarette for smokingspliff - marijuana leaves rolled into a cigarette for smoking
cannabis, ganja, marihuana, marijuana - the most commonly used illicit drug; considered a soft drug, it consists of the dried leaves of the hemp plant; smoked or chewed for euphoric effect
cigaret, cigarette, coffin nail, fag, butt - finely ground tobacco wrapped in paper; for smoking
Translations
marihuanasavuke
jointsplif

spliff

[splɪf] N (Drugs) → porro m, canuto m

spliff

[ˈsplɪf] n (= joint) → joint m , pétard m

spliff

n (inf: = joint) → Joint m (inf)
References in periodicals archive ?
Instead of smoking a spliff I'll now have a glass of wine or a nice margarita.
50PM Stoner comedy starring John Cho and Kal Penn as two spliff fiends who set out to find their favourite burger joint, meeting strippers and Neil Patrick Harris en-route.
Defending solicitor Gary Harvey said that his client possessed a small amount, enough for a spliff.
This unique event was presented by Spliff Bangaz Entertainment, Entertainment Concierge and LP Firm, Inc.
Kirk Bradley, 26, was sitting in his shorts smoking a spliff in his 2,500 euro-amonth penthouse apartment when an armed SWAT team burst through the front door in June 2012.
They were snapped passing around a large [euro]7 spliff, rolled by staff at the city's notorious Bulldog cafe .
Someone must have been puffing a spliff in that room.
I had a spliff in my hand and I walked out of the Winnebago area and they've got - I never knew this - a triangle near the VIP area, where the paparazzi just sit.
Mold Crown Court heard James Siree, 22, claimed he had instead said he could "murder a spliff.
It takes an in-depth look at the world of the genre, examining everything from the music, the bass lines and the spliff, to the romance of Jamaica, and the smell of British streets in the 1970s.
For one thing, he regressed, in time-honored English fashion, producing his rude anti-classic, Me as King Cnut, a performance video, in which the artist-as-king-as-jester,a fat spliff stuck in his mouth, gesticulates and splutters in a bathtub full of water: This viewer was reminded of the 1966 film Morgan