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Inhale and exhale the vapor produced by an electronic cigarette or similar device.‘I'd rather people vaped indoors than smoked outside’with object ‘many smokers have started vaping e-cigarettes to help them cut down’‘there's concern that young people may take up vaping as a less harmful alternative to smoking’
- ‘I started 'vaping' purely out of curiosity and haven't smoked a single cigarette since.’
- ‘For Jordan, vaping e-cigarettes means choosing the devil he doesn't know over the devil he does.’
- ‘The ordinance prohibits "vaping" in any location where tobacco smoking is restricted.’
- ‘His concern lies particularly with young people - to whom vaping, with its colourful paraphernalia and tasty flavours, has been shown to appeal.’
- ‘Having quit on the advice of his doctor, he now constantly vapes an e-cigarette.’
- ‘Chapman is also concerned that vaping enables smokers to get a nicotine hit in places where they can't smoke.’
- ‘I used to smoke, now I vape.’
- ‘Three years after starting vaping, though still on emphysema medication, Boyd's breathing has improved.’
- ‘The "smart e-cigarette" is complete with an app so the user can monitor how many times per day they have "vaped" and how much nicotine they have consumed.’
- ‘I'd much rather take the risk and vape than smoke again.’
- ‘Some juices are loaded with nicotine down while others are simply vaped for the flavor, sans nicotine.’
- ‘He used to be a smoker, but vaping helped him quit, and he wants to provide this assistance for others.’
- ‘I also enjoyed the tip's blue glow when I vaped.’
- ‘This was the noisiest e-cig I've vaped.’
1An electronic cigarette or similar device.‘I've been using a vape now for 15 weeks’
- ‘I was buying juice for a vape that I had bought somewhere else.’
- ‘The second round of rules comes after a March decision to prohibit the use of vapes on county property.’
- ‘On first impression the quality of the product is far exceeds some of my other vapes.’
- ‘There's a huge selection of vapes in such pretty colors, for affordable prices too!’
- ‘Never tried a vape.’
- 1.1 An act of inhaling and exhaling the vapor produced by an electronic cigarette or similar device.‘my cravings went away as soon as I took a vape’
- ‘Every two or three vapes I get a burnt taste.’
- ‘After a few minutes he took another vape.’
- ‘If you only occasionally take a vape, this little gadget could work for you.’
- ‘As soon as he turned around I took another vape.’
- ‘Although it may be tempting to "sneak a vape," you don't want to be the person who gets caught and makes an entire plane turn around.’
- ‘When you take a vape, the tip has an attractive LED that lights up white.’
1980s (in reference to an experimental 'non-combustible' cigarette): abbreviation of vapor or vaporize.
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