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Significado de “spit” - Diccionario Inglés

Significado de "spit" - Diccionario Inglés

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uk   us   /spɪt/ (present participle spitting, past tense and past participle spat)

spit verb (FORCE OUT)

C2 [I or T] to ​force out the ​contents of the ​mouth, ​especially saliva: Bob Ewell spat ​contemptuouslyright in the lawyer's ​face. He spat the ​meat out in ​disgust. They ​boughtwatermelons and ​ate them as they ​walked, spitting out the ​seeds. [I or T] literary to say or ​shout words ​quickly and ​angrily: [+ speech] "Get out!" she spat, when Ace ​appeared in the ​doorway. [I] If something ​hot, such as a ​fire, spits, it ​producesshort, ​sharpnoises and ​throws out little ​pieces.
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spit verb (RAIN)

[I] informal to ​rain very ​slightly: If it's only spitting (with ​rain), ​perhaps we don't need ​waterproofs.


uk   us   /spɪt/

spit noun (STICK)

[C] a ​long, ​thin, ​metalstick put through a ​piece of ​food, ​especiallymeat, so that it can be ​cooked above a ​fire: Roast the ​lamb on a spit.

spit noun (LAND)

[C] a ​long, ​thin, ​flatbeach that goes out into the ​sea

spit noun (FROM MOUTH)

[U] (formal spittle , Australian informal slag) informal saliva, ​especially when it is ​outside the ​mouth: She used a little spit on a ​tissue to ​wipe the ​mirrorclean.
(Definition of spit from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

Significado de "spit" - Diccionario Inglés Americano

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spitverb [I/T]

 us   /spɪt/ (present participle spitting, past tense and past participle spat  /spæt/ or spit)

spit verb [I/T] (FORCE OUT)

to ​force out ​liquid in the ​mouth, esp. ​saliva (= ​liquidproduced in the ​mouth): [I] He spat on the ​ground and ​staredstraightahead. [M] fig. He ​angrily spat an ​insult out (= said it ​quickly).
Phrasal verbs


 us   /spɪt/

spit noun (ROD)

[C] a ​long, ​thinrod put through ​meat to ​hold it while it ​cooks over a ​fire

spit noun (LAND)

[C] a ​long, ​thinpoint of ​land that ​sticks out into ​water: Our ​hotel was ​perched on a spit of ​land in the ​harbor.


[U] infml saliva (= ​liquidproduced in the ​mouth): Spit ​dribbled down his ​chin.
(Definition of spit from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Traducciones de “spit”
en coreano 뱉다…
en árabe يَبْصُق…
in Malaysian air liur…
en francés salive…
en ruso плевать(ся)…
en chino (tradicionál) 用力弄出, 唾,吐(尤指唾液), 怒斥,厲聲說出…
en italiano sputare…
en turco tükürmek…
en polaco pluć…
en español saliva…
in Vietnamese nước bọt, nước dãi…
en portugués cuspir…
in Thai น้ำลาย…
en alemán die Spucke…
en catalán escopir…
en japonés つばを吐く, ペッと吐き出す…
en chino (simplificado) 用力弄出, 唾,吐(尤指唾液), 怒斥,厉声说出…
in Indonesian ludah…
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