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vape

 (vāp)
v. vaped, vap·ing, vapes
v.intr.
1. To inhale and exhale vapor from an e-cigarette or a similar electronic device.
2. To engage in such an activity regularly or habitually: I've been vaping for a couple of months.
v.tr.
1. To inhale and exhale vapor from (an e-cigarette or a similar electronic device).
2. To do so regularly or habitually.
n.
1. An e-cigarette or a similar electronic device.
2. A puff from an e-cigarette or a similar electronic device.
3. The act of vaping.

[Shortening of vapor or vaporize.]

vape

vb
(mainly intr) to inhale nicotine vapour (from an electronic cigarette)
[from vapour]
ˈvaper n
ˈvaping n
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