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slurp

verb uk   /slɜːp/ us    /slɝːp/
[I or T] informal to drink a liquid noisily as a result of sucking air into the mouth at the same time as the liquid: Do try not to slurp. I wish you wouldn't slurp your soup like that. He slurped down his coffee. [I] UK informal When a thick liquid slurps, it makes loud noises: The lava slurped and bubbled down the mountainside.
slurp
noun [C] uk   informal us  
She paused to take a slurp of tea.
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