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"burp" in British English

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burpverb

uk   /bɜːp/  us   /bɝːp/
[I] to ​allowair from the ​stomach to come out through the ​mouth in a ​noisy way [T] (UK also wind) to ​gentlyrub a baby's back to ​helpair to come out of ​itsstomach
burp
noun [C] uk   us  
(Definition of burp from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

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burpverb [I/T]

 us   /bɜrp/
to ​forceair from the ​stomach to come out through the ​mouth with a ​noise; ​belch If you burp a ​baby, you ​help it to get ​rid of ​air in ​itsstomach by ​gentlyrubbing or ​gentlyhittingits back.
burp
noun [C]  us   /bɜrp/
The ​baby gave a ​contented burp.
(Definition of burp from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “burp”
in Korean 트림하다…
in Arabic يَتَجَشَّأ…
in Malaysian bersendawa…
in Russian рыгать…
in Chinese (Traditional) 打嗝, (輕拍嬰兒背)使打嗝…
in Italian ruttare…
in Turkish geğirmek…
in Polish bekać, ≈ odbijać się…
in Spanish eructar…
in Vietnamese ợ…
in Portuguese arrotar…
in Thai เรอ…
in German ein Beuerchen machen…
in Catalan fer un rot…
in Japanese げっぷする…
in Chinese (Simplified) 打嗝, (轻拍婴儿背)使打嗝…
in Indonesian beserdawa…
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