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Translation of "gag" - English-Spanish dictionary

gag

noun   /ɡæɡ/
a piece of cloth that is tied around a person’s mouth or put inside it in order to stop the person from speaking, shouting, or calling for help mordaza Her hands and feet were tied and a gag placed over her mouth.1271
informal a joke or funny story, especially one told by a comedian (= person whose job is to make people laugh) chiste I did a few opening gags about the band that had played before me.1454
(Definition of gag from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

gag

verb /ɡӕɡ/ ( past tense, past participle gagged)
to prevent (a person) talking or making a noise, by putting something in or over his mouth amordazar The guards tied up and gagged the prisoners.
to choke and almost be sick dar arcadas, tener náuseas The food was so bad that it made you want to gag.
(Definition of gag from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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