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sip

verb [I, T]
 
 
/sɪp/ ( present participle sipping, past tense and past participle sipped)
to drink, taking only a small amount at a time
yudumlamak, yudum yudum içmek
She sipped her champagne.Drinking
sip noun [C]
yudum
He took a sip of his coffee and then continued.
Translations of “sip”
in Arabic يَرْشُف…
in Korean 마시다…
in Malaysian menghirup…
in French boire à petites gorgées…
in Italian sorseggiare…
in Chinese (Traditional) 啜,啜飲…
in Russian пить маленькими глотками, потягивать…
in Polish sączyć, popijać…
in Vietnamese uống từng hớp, nhấm nháp…
in Spanish sorber, beber a sorbos…
in Portuguese sorver…
in Thai จิบ…
in German nippen…
in Catalan xarrupar, beure a glops…
in Japanese (茶などを)すする, 一口飲む…
in Indonesian meminum, menyeruput…
in Chinese (Simplified) 呷,啜…
(Definition of sip from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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