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smoke (someone) up

smoke (someone) up v. phr. to share marijuana as a friendly gesture; to enable someone to get high. Editorial Note: Constructed similarly as to chat (someone) up ‘to flirt (with someone); to make a romantic or sexual play (for someone),’ though the latter term is not common in North America. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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