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Translation of "spew" - English-Spanish dictionary

spew

verb   /spjuː/
If something spews liquid or gas, or liquid or gas spews from something, it flows out in large amounts. (of liquid or gas) to flow out in large amounts, or (of something) to have liquid or gas flow out in large amounts vomitar, arrojar, salir a borbotones The volcano spewed a giant cloud of ash, dust, and gases into the air. The drains spew (out) millions of gallons of raw sewage into the river. Paper came spewing from the computer printer.16471631
→  Phrasal verbs spew (sth) up
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