"vomitar" can be a verb. You can see the conjugations below.

vomitar
transitive verb
1. to vomit, to bring up
intransitive verb
2. to vomit, to be sick
  • me dan o entran ganas de vomitar (figurative) -> it makes me want to throw up

vomitar [vo-me-tar’]
article & verb transitive
1. To vomit (devolver).
2. To foam, to break out into injurious expressions.
3. To reveal a secret (secreto), to discover what was concealed. (Colloquial)
4. To pay what was unduly retained. (Colloquial)
verb neuter
5. To vomit (devolver). (n)
6. Eso me da ganas de vomitar, that makes me sick. (n)

vomitar
verbo:transitivo
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
verbo:intransitivo
1 (devolver) to vomit; be sick
2
eso me da ganas de vomitar that makes me sick; that makes me want to puke (familiar)

Verb Conjugations for "vomitar" (go to to throw up, to vomit)

Indicative

Present
Preterit
Imperfect
Conditional
Future
yo vomito vomité vomitaba vomitaría vomitaré
vomitas vomitaste vomitabas vomitarías vomitarás
él/ella/Ud. vomita vomitó vomitaba vomitaría vomitará
nosotros vomitamos vomitamos vomitábamos vomitaríamos vomitaremos
vosotros vomitáis vomitasteis vomitabais vomitaríais vomitaréis
ellos/ellas/Uds. vomitan vomitaron vomitaban vomitarían vomitarán
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