1. (act of licking)
Le di una chupada al helado de mi madre y me gustó tanto que me compré uno.I gave my mother's ice cream a lick, and I liked it so much that I bought one for myself.
2. (act of sucking)
El bebé le dio una chupada al biberón y luego lo tiró al suelo.The baby took a suck from the feeding bottle and then threw it to the ground.
3. (act of inhaling)
Si nunca has fumado y le das una chupada al cigarro, te pondrás a toser.If you've never smoked and you take a puff on a cigarette, you'll start coughing.
Llevaba tanto tiempo sin fumar que la primera chupada al cigarro me supo fatal.I hadn't smoked for so long that the first drag of the cigarette tasted really awful.
4. (slang) (vulgar) (sexual)
1. (de helado; con la lengua)
2. (con los labios)
3. (de cigarrillo)
a. puff, drag
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