vomitar

vomitar
intransitive verb
1. (to regurgitate) 
a. to vomit 
Ese olor nauseabundo me da ganas de vomitar.That foul smell makes me want to vomit.
Vomité porque estaba enfermo, no porque estuviera borracho.I threw up because I was sick, not because I was drunk.
c. to puke (colloquial) 
El mar me mareó, pero no vomité.I was feeling seasick, but I didn't puke.
d. to barf (colloquial) (United States) 
Vomité antes de subir al escenario porque estaba muy nervioso.I barfed before going on stage because I was extremely nervous.
e. to be sick (United Kingdom) 
El gato vomitó sobre el sofá.The cat was sick all over the sofa.
transitive verb
2. (to regurgitate) 
a. to vomit 
El bebé vomitó la medicina diez minutos después de que se la diera.The baby vomited the medication ten minutes after I gave it to him.
Vomité la comida que había ingerido en el almuerzo.I brought up the food I had eaten for lunch.
3. (to emit) 
a. to spew 
El escritor exiliado vomitó veneno contra el régimen comunista.The exiled writer spewed venom against the Communist regime.
b. to belch 
Nuestros cañones vomitaron humo cuando el enemigo avanzó.Our cannons belched smoke when the enemy moved forward.
El volcán está a punto de vomitar lava.The volcano is about to spew out lava.
Las chimeneas de la planta de energía comenzaron a vomitar humo blanco.The smoke stacks at the power plant started belching out white smoke.
e. to hurl 
Vomitaste una acusación sin pruebas que la apoyen.You hurled an accusation without any proof to support it.
vomitarse
pronominal verb
4. (to regurgitate) (Latin America) 
a. to vomit 
El pescado crudo que comí estaba feo y terminé vomitándome.The raw fish I ate wasn't good and I ended up vomiting.
b. to be sick (United Kingdom) 
Alejandra estaba borracha y se vomitó dentro de mi coche.Alejandra was drunk and she was sick inside my car.
vomitar
transitive verb
1. (general) 
a. to vomit, to bring up 
intransitive verb
2. (general) 
a. to vomit, to be sick 
3. (fig) 
a. no direct translation 
me dan o entran ganas de vomitarit makes me want to throw up
vomitar
transitive verb
1 (devolver) to vomit; bring up
vomitar sangre to spit blood
2 [+humo, llamas] to belch; belch forth; [+lava] to spew; [+injurias] to hurl;contra at;
3 [+secreto] to tell reluctantly; finally come out with; [+ganancias] to disgorge; shed
intransitive verb
1 (devolver) to vomit; be sick
2
eso me da ganas de vomitar that makes me sick; that makes me want to puke (familiar)
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