belch

belch
{beltʃ}
I. 1. уригвам се
2. изхвърлям със сила, изригвам, бълвам
3. прен. бълвам, сипя (обиди и пр.)
II. 1. уригване
2. изригване, бълване, избухване
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{beltsh} v 1. уригвам се; 2. изхвърлям със сила, изригвам, бълва(2) n 1. уригване; 2. изригване, бълване, избухване.
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оригвам се; бълвам; изригвам; избухвам;
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1. i. уригвам се 2. ii. уригване 3. изригване, бълване, избухване 4. изхвърлям със сила, изригвам, бълвам 5. прен. бълвам, сипя (обиди и пр.)
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belch[´beltʃ] I. v 1. оригвам се; 2. изригвам, избухвам, бълвам; a cloud of steam \belched from the engine от двигателя изскочи облак пара; 3. прен. бълвам (проклятия, обиди); II. n 1. оригване; 2. избухване (на пламък, газ, дим).

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