sup
transitive verb
1. (old-fashioned) (to sip) (United Kingdom) 
a. sorber 
He was slowly supping a glass of whisky.Estaba sorbiendo lentamente un vaso de whisky.
The family sat round the fire, supping their broth.La familia estaba sentada alrededor de la chimenea, bebiendo caldo a sorbos.
2. (to drink) (United Kingdom) 
a. tomar 
He liked nothing better than to sup a pint with his mates.Nada le gustaba más que tomar una cerveza con sus amigos.
intransitive verb
3. (old-fashioned) (to dine) 
a. cenar 
We'll sup and rest the night here and be on our way in the morning.Vamos a cenar y descansar esta noche aquí, y seguiremos nuestro camino por la mañana.
abbreviation
4. (slang) (what's up) 
a. qué tal 
Sup, bro? Wanna go for a beer on Friday?¿Qué tal, mano? ¿Quieres ir a tomar una cerveza el viernes?
b. qué pasa 
Sup, man. What you doin' here?" - "Nothin', just chillin'.¿Qué pasa, hombre? ¿Qué haces por aquí? - Nada, pasando el rato.
sup
transitive verb
1. (general) 
a. beber a sorbos 
sup [sʌp]
intransitive verb
cenar
to sup off sth sup on sth cenar algo
transitive verb
(also sup up) sorber; beber a sorbos
sup.
sup.
abbreviation
1. (superior) 
a. sup. 
El sup. Lorenzo Canales se reunirá mañana con el arzobispo de Puebla.Sup. Lorenzo Canales will meet the archbishop of Puebla tomorrow.
sup.
abreviatura
superior sup
Phrases with "sup"
Here are the most popular phrases with "sup." Click the phrases to see the full entry.
sup, homie
qué pasa, amigo
sup, dude
qué tal, amigo, qué pasa, mano
hey, sup
hola, qué pasa, hola, qué tal
Phrases with "sup"
Here are the most popular phrases with "sup." Click the phrases to see the full entry.
sup.
sup.
Examples
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