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spliff

(splĭf)
n. Slang
A marijuana cigarette, especially one containing an admixture of tobacco.

[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 ?
Beggars have been filmed rolling and smoking spliffs laced with the substances, which they say are a suppressant to cope with life on the streets.
We don't like to get on our high horse, but no spliffs, no butts, that's a dodgy looking roll-up you've got in your mouth there, Lily Allen.
Scales with traces of various types of illegal drugs on them Drugs with a street value of pounds 15,000 including, LSD, ketamine, ecstasy and enough cannabis to make 36,000 spliffs.
Last year, George was arrested in toilets on Hampstead Heath with crack cocaine and boasted in December he was smoking only "seven or eight" spliffs a day, down from 25.
POP superstar George Michael yesterday spoke out about drugs claiming he was now "down to just seven spliffs a day".
GEORGE Michael is down to "seven or eight" cannabis spliffs a day - from 25.
The singer said he had cut back on cannabis and smokes only "seven or eight" spliffs per day instead of 25.
He said he had cut back on cannabis and now smokes only "seven or eight" spliffs per day instead of 25.
Setting Year Nine to write about a place they love, I think of your brother's dripping doorstep, which I don't love, him neither, but he sets your Tadcu's telescope in the road despite the ferret, the baby, the eighth smoked already; and it's Venus, specifically, I don't see, which has little to say about meaning while Morrissey busks through the outdoor speakers, the boys roll butterfingered spliffs and hawk love, albeit in not so many words, and I'm all for your white shirt spooking the damn dark road, a vixen's cry (which might yet be the squeak of a back door, somebody calling cat home), the spark of your lighter; the closer constellations.
GEORGE'S millions of fans have been waiting for this interview, recorded over the past two months - spliffs permitting.
Fans of Germany's most eccentric club, St Pauli - they're the ones whose club colours are brown and play in Hamburg's Reeperbahn red-light district - are rolling their spliffs and twiddling their facial piercings in excitement ahead of next weekend's visit by mighty Bayern Munich.