Definition of 'vomit'
Example sentences containing 'vomit'
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There were also higher reports of vomiting bug norovirus. The Sun (2017)There is, at least, no one vomiting blood. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Cases of the winter vomiting bug norovirus have closed 860 beds a day this winter compared with 211 at the same time last year. Times, Sunday Times (2016)He had choked on his own vomit following a drinking binge. Times, Sunday Times (2012)The furious hotel worker says she left without a diagnosis for stomach pains and vomiting blood. The Sun (2016)My surgery has been full of flu and vomiting bugs. The Sun (2009)The vomit may go down the wrong way into the lungs. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Her skin had turned yellow and she was vomiting blood. The Sun (2009)Almost three million people may have been affected by the norovirus vomiting bug. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Her bingeing and vomiting may occur only twice a week or twenty times in a day. Beyond Chaotic Eating (1993)Hospitals across the country were forced to close wards after a winter vomiting virus began sweeping the country. Times, Sunday Times (2012)The dogs then become listless, go off their food and vomit. The Sun (2014)What is worrying his members is the norovirus, or winter vomiting bug. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Early symptoms of the condition include problems with feeding, such as gagging on food or vomiting. Times, Sunday Times (2009)The winter vomiting bug has hit Glasgow hard. The Sun (2012)
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Translations for 'vomit'
British English: vomit /ˈvɒmɪt/ VERB
If you vomit, food and drink comes back up from your stomach and out through your mouth.
Cow's milk made him vomit.
- American English: vomit
- Arabic: يَتَقَيَّأُ
- Brazilian Portuguese: vomitar
- Chinese: 呕吐
- Croatian: povraćati
- Czech: zvracet
- Danish: kaste op
- Dutch: overgeven kotsen
- European Spanish: vomitar
- Finnish: oksentaa
- French: vomir
- German: übergeben (sich)
- Greek: κάνω εμετό
- Italian: vomitare
- Japanese: 吐く
- Korean: 토하다
- Norwegian: spy
- Polish: zwymiotować
- European Portuguese: vomitar
- Romanian: a vomita
- Russian: страдать рвотой извергать пищу через рот
- Spanish: vomitar
- Swedish: spy
- Thai: อาเจียน
- Turkish: kusmak
- Ukrainian: блювати
- Vietnamese: nôn
Definition of vomit from the Collins English Dictionary
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