ex-smoker

Translations

ex-smoker

[ˈeksˈsməʊkəʳ] N (US) → persona f que ha dejado de fumar
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Ex-smoker Troy said: "For many people smoking is like a bad relationship.
To be eligible for screening, you need to be age 55 to 77, be a smoker or ex-smoker who quit in the last 15 years and have smoked the equivalent of one pack a day or more for 30 years.
Kyle, who has become a grandad, is an ex-smoker, having enjoyed cigarettes for more than half of his life.
Apparently nearly everyone who uses e-cigarettes is a current or ex-smoker looking to cut down or quit.
Ex-smoker Ann Smith had several failed attempts to stub out her 20-a-day habit before turning to her local Boots pharmacist for help.
Smoking was defined as one who smokes at least one cigarette per day regularly for 30 days and ex-smoker who had previously smoked at least one cigarette per day for 30 days but does not smoke now18,19.
As an ex-smoker, I know it isn't that easy just to stop for a week or so.
In order to test the existence of differences between smokers and ex-smokers in relation to the total score and the five factors of the SSI was conducted a multivariate analysis of variance (MANOVA), with the scores of the dependent variables with SSI and being a smoker or ex-smoker as an independent variable.
The smoking status (smoker, ex-smoker, never-smoked) of respondents for whom representative quotes are used, is shown.
I have been an ex-smoker since 1984 and know how hard it is to quit.
THIS is with regard to the letter from an ex-smoker who quit the habit (and nail-biting), with the help of PowerQuit.
With a packet of 20 cigarettes now costing more than pounds 5, that's a lot of money being saved, but how much more can an ex-smoker save on his or her life insurance policy?