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chain-smoke

(chān′smōk′)
v. chain-smoked, chain-smok·ing, chain-smokes
v.intr.
To smoke continually, as by lighting the next cigarette from the previous one.
v.tr.
To smoke (cigarettes, for example) in continuing succession.

chain smoker n.
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chain-smoke

vb
to smoke (cigarettes, etc) continually, esp lighting one from the preceding one
chain smoker n
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chain′-smoke`



v.i., v.t. -smoked, -smok•ing.
to smoke continually, as by lighting one cigarette, cigar, etc., from the preceding one.
[1930–35]
chain′ smok`er, chain′-smok`er, n.
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chain-smoke


Past participle: chain-smoked
Gerund: chain-smoking

Imperative
chain-smoke
chain-smoke
Present
I chain-smoke
you chain-smoke
he/she/it chain-smokes
we chain-smoke
you chain-smoke
they chain-smoke
Preterite
I chain-smoked
you chain-smoked
he/she/it chain-smoked
we chain-smoked
you chain-smoked
they chain-smoked
Present Continuous
I am chain-smoking
you are chain-smoking
he/she/it is chain-smoking
we are chain-smoking
you are chain-smoking
they are chain-smoking
Present Perfect
I have chain-smoked
you have chain-smoked
he/she/it has chain-smoked
we have chain-smoked
you have chain-smoked
they have chain-smoked
Past Continuous
I was chain-smoking
you were chain-smoking
he/she/it was chain-smoking
we were chain-smoking
you were chain-smoking
they were chain-smoking
Past Perfect
I had chain-smoked
you had chain-smoked
he/she/it had chain-smoked
we had chain-smoked
you had chain-smoked
they had chain-smoked
Future
I will chain-smoke
you will chain-smoke
he/she/it will chain-smoke
we will chain-smoke
you will chain-smoke
they will chain-smoke
Future Perfect
I will have chain-smoked
you will have chain-smoked
he/she/it will have chain-smoked
we will have chain-smoked
you will have chain-smoked
they will have chain-smoked
Future Continuous
I will be chain-smoking
you will be chain-smoking
he/she/it will be chain-smoking
we will be chain-smoking
you will be chain-smoking
they will be chain-smoking
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been chain-smoking
you have been chain-smoking
he/she/it has been chain-smoking
we have been chain-smoking
you have been chain-smoking
they have been chain-smoking
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been chain-smoking
you will have been chain-smoking
he/she/it will have been chain-smoking
we will have been chain-smoking
you will have been chain-smoking
they will have been chain-smoking
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been chain-smoking
you had been chain-smoking
he/she/it had been chain-smoking
we had been chain-smoking
you had been chain-smoking
they had been chain-smoking
Conditional
I would chain-smoke
you would chain-smoke
he/she/it would chain-smoke
we would chain-smoke
you would chain-smoke
they would chain-smoke
Past Conditional
I would have chain-smoked
you would have chain-smoked
he/she/it would have chain-smoked
we would have chain-smoked
you would have chain-smoked
they would have chain-smoked
Collins English Verb Tables © HarperCollins Publishers 2011
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.chain-smoke - smoke one cigarette after another; light one cigarette from the preceding one
smoke - inhale and exhale smoke from cigarettes, cigars, pipes; "We never smoked marijuana"; "Do you smoke?"
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Translations

chain-smoke

[ˈtʃeɪnˌsməʊk] VIfumar un pitillo tras otro
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chain-smoke

[ˈtʃeɪnˌsməʊk] vifumare una sigaretta dopo l'altra
Collins Italian Dictionary 1st Edition © HarperCollins Publishers 1995
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She reportedly kept away from alcohol but chain-smoked and danced with friends, reports New York Daily News.
Slash chain-smoked his way through a set at the same venue.
He chain-smoked large cigars the whole time filling the restaurant with putrid smoke.