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fart

verb [I] uk   /fɑːt/  us   /fɑːrt/ very informal
to release gas from the bowels through the bottom
Phrasal verbs

fart

noun [C] uk   /fɑːt/  us   /fɑːrt/

fart noun [C] (PERSON)

offensive a boring, annoying, or unpleasant person: He's a pompous old fart.

fart noun [C] (GAS)

very informal an escape of gas from the bowels: to do a fart
Translations of “fart”
in Arabic يَضرُط…
in Korean 방귀를 뀌다…
in Malaysian kentut…
in French péter…
in Turkish gaz çıkarmak…
in Italian scoreggiare…
in Chinese (Traditional) 放屁…
in Russian пукать…
in Polish pierdzieć…
in Vietnamese đánh rắm…
in Spanish tirarse un pedo…
in Portuguese peidar…
in Thai ผายลม…
in German umgsp. pupsen, furzen…
in Catalan fer un pet…
in Japanese (人)がおならをする…
in Indonesian kentut…
in Chinese (Simplified) 放屁…
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