Translation of hookah in Spanish:


narguile, n.

Pronunciation /ˈhʊkə//ˈhʊkə/


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    narguile masculine
    • But I spent the remains of the afternoon lounging on the divan with Ali-Bab, nibbling almonds, sipping mint tea, and listening to the water bubbling merrily in his hookah.
    • I am a big fan of hookahs ever since I tried them when I was in the Middle East in 2000.
    • Men gather there after work to talk, drink dark coffee, and smoke cigarettes or hookahs (water pipes).
    • After your meal, enjoy a choice of 22 different flavored tobaccos that are served in authentic hookahs.
    • We reclined, Bedouin-style, on rugs and cushions to doze away the fiercest heat of the day, while young Arab men puffed on hookahs - the traditional hubble-bubble pipes for smoking sweetened tobaccos.
    • Shisha is tobacco mixed with molasses and fruit flavors that is smoked in a hookah (water pipe).
    • They entered a warm, well-lit room with several small round tables and overstuffed armchairs, most occupied by robed Arabs drinking out of mugs and smoking hookahs, who ignored them after cursory glances.
    • He drew deeply on his hookah, wheezing and coughing, making it burble and bubble in the still air.
    • So we had to finish our drinks and smoke our hookah while the staff cleared up around us.
    • Saïd and Khaled spend most of their time drinking tea, puffing on a hookah and talking in circular logic.
    • Mocha is a coffee-and-conversation place with an open air lounge area and a bar that serves 19 varieties of gourmet coffee, fruit-flavoured hookahs and 75 varieties of wine.
    • Latif sat on the verandah and puffed away at his hookah.
    • In urban areas, men enjoy spending their leisure time in teahouses, socializing and smoking the hookah, or water pipe.
    • There were children paddling in the streams, and girls carrying brushwood bundles on their heads, and old men sitting in the shade, sucking at their silver hookahs.
    • With their fondness for hookahs and their liking for Indian dress - so much more sensible than their own stiff jackets and collars - they became a distinctive set.
    • We smoked a hookah with the local chieftains afterwards.
    • The objects brought from the Indies include hookahs, Indian dress, musical instruments and images of Hindu deities.
    • One elderly man with a hookah at his table stopped puffing to say: ‘He's homesick.’
    • The audience consists of mainly men, who draw deeply on hookahs containing a flavoured tobacco.
    • After a huge meal, we all lean back and share some hookahs in a high-ceiling room filled with cushions.