SMOG

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AcronymDefinition
SMOGSmoke and Fog
SMOGSmoke Fog
SMOGSimplified Measure of Gobbledygook (readability test)
SMOGSlow Moving Obsolete Goods
SMOGSweet Mother of God
SMOGSignal, Mirror, Over the Shoulder, Go
SMOGSpanish Motorcycle Owners Group
SMOGSecret Masters of Gaming
SMOGSave Me Oh God
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The word 'smog' is basically derived from the merging of two words; smoke and fog which means that smog is a mixture of smoke and fog, caused by increasing vehicular and industrial emissions.
This year, we saw a rise in the number of accidents owing to smog - a mixture of smoke and fog. Fog is the accumulated water vapours suspended near the earth's surface while smoke arises from many sources, including factories and automobiles.
Smog is a type of air pollution in large cities and industrial centers formed by mixing smoke and fog. The English word was invented in the early 20th century as a combination of the first three letters of smoke and the last two letters of fog - smog.
The term 'smog' was first used in the early 1900s to describe a mix of smoke and fog. Smog is created by increasing vehicular and industrial emissions and burning of coal and the remains of agriculture crops.
Pagasa is using the term smaze instead of smog (a combination of smoke and fog), saying that fog is more dense than haze.
The word "smog" was adopted in the early 20th century, formed of the words smoke and fog. The word was used to refer to "pea soup" fog - a serious problem in London from the 1800s to mid-1900s.
New Delhi, Nov 3 ( ANI ): Delhi has been witnessing a thick fog cover and a thick blanket of smog, a combination of smoke and fog enveloped the national capital this morning.
Smog is basically derived from the merger of two words; smoke and fog which means that smog is a mixture of smoke and fog, created by increasing vehicular and industrial emissions in modern cities.