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Explanation: fumare interdictum
fumare = to smoke
interdictum = forbidden
Because the tabacco-plant (Nicotiana tabaccum)was imported in Europe after 1492, the ancient Roman didn't know it. So "fumare" means to smoke whatever, not neccessarely tobacco.
To be more precise you may say:
fumare nicotianam interdictum
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