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spit

noun
 
 
/spɪt/
LIQUID [U] informal the liquid that is made in your mouthBodily fluids and their productionUrine and urinating
COOKING [C] a long, thin stick used for cooking meat over a firePreparing food using heatPreparing food
Translations of “spit”
in Arabic لُعاب…
in Korean 침…
in Malaysian air liur…
in French salive…
in Turkish tükürük, şiş, kebap şişi…
in Italian sputo…
in Chinese (Traditional) 叉, (用於燒烤食物的)炙叉, (尤指)烤肉叉,烤肉針…
in Russian слюна, вертел, шампур…
in Polish ślina, rożen…
in Vietnamese nước bọt, nước dãi…
in Spanish saliva…
in Portuguese cuspe…
in Thai น้ำลาย…
in German die Spucke…
in Catalan saliva…
in Japanese つば…
in Indonesian ludah…
in Chinese (Simplified) 叉, (用于烧烤食物的)炙叉, (尤指)烤肉叉,烤肉扦…
(Definition of spit noun from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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