In English, we can use the term "smoke" as a noun to refer to a cigarette. For example:
I'd like to have a smoke.
(meaning, "I'd like to smoke a cigarette.")
Google Translate gives me 담배 as the translation for cigarette (see here).
As for "smoke", as used in the example above, Google Translate gave me 연기 which is defined there as "smoke, performance, fume, postponement, extension, deferment" (see here)... which made me confused, so I am guessing that this is not the correct term.
I'm wondering if there exists a Korean term equivalent to "smoke" the way it is used in the sentence above. Please let me know if there is. Thank you.