burp


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burp

 (bûrp)
n.
1. A belch.
2. A brief sharp sound: the burp of antiaircraft fire.
v. burped, burp·ing, burps
v.intr.
1. To belch.
2. To make brief sharp sounds: "Radio noises burped from the front of the cabin" (Jonathan Kellerman).
v.tr.
To cause (a baby) to expel gas from the stomach, as by patting the back after feeding.

[Imitative.]

burp

(bɜːp)
n
informal a belch
vb
1. (intr) informal to belch
2. (tr) to cause (a baby) to burp to relieve flatulence after feeding
[C20: of imitative origin]

burp

(bɜrp)
Informal. n.
1. a belch; eructation.
v.i.
2. to belch; eruct.
v.t.
3. to cause (a baby) to belch by patting the back, esp. to relieve gas after feeding.
[1930–35, Amer.; imitative]

burp


Past participle: burped
Gerund: burping

Imperative
burp
burp
Present
I burp
you burp
he/she/it burps
we burp
you burp
they burp
Preterite
I burped
you burped
he/she/it burped
we burped
you burped
they burped
Present Continuous
I am burping
you are burping
he/she/it is burping
we are burping
you are burping
they are burping
Present Perfect
I have burped
you have burped
he/she/it has burped
we have burped
you have burped
they have burped
Past Continuous
I was burping
you were burping
he/she/it was burping
we were burping
you were burping
they were burping
Past Perfect
I had burped
you had burped
he/she/it had burped
we had burped
you had burped
they had burped
Future
I will burp
you will burp
he/she/it will burp
we will burp
you will burp
they will burp
Future Perfect
I will have burped
you will have burped
he/she/it will have burped
we will have burped
you will have burped
they will have burped
Future Continuous
I will be burping
you will be burping
he/she/it will be burping
we will be burping
you will be burping
they will be burping
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been burping
you have been burping
he/she/it has been burping
we have been burping
you have been burping
they have been burping
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been burping
you will have been burping
he/she/it will have been burping
we will have been burping
you will have been burping
they will have been burping
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been burping
you had been burping
he/she/it had been burping
we had been burping
you had been burping
they had been burping
Conditional
I would burp
you would burp
he/she/it would burp
we would burp
you would burp
they would burp
Past Conditional
I would have burped
you would have burped
he/she/it would have burped
we would have burped
you would have burped
they would have burped
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.burp - a reflex that expels gas noisily from the stomach through the mouthburp - a reflex that expels gas noisily from the stomach through the mouth
ejection, forcing out, expulsion, projection - the act of expelling or projecting or ejecting
Verb1.burp - expel gas from the stomachburp - expel gas from the stomach; "In China it is polite to burp at the table"
emit, pass off, breathe - expel (gases or odors)

burp

verb belch, bring up wind, eructate, hiccup or hiccough Charlie burped loudly.
Translations
تـَجَشُّؤتجشُّؤيتجشّـأيَتَجَشَّأ
krkatkrknutíříhatříhnutí
bøvsbøvse
röyhtäistäröyhtäysröyhtäisy
podrigivanjepodrignuti
böffentés
げっぷげっぷをする
트림트림하다
atsirūgimas
atraugasatraugaties
odgrgnúť si
raprapa
เรอการเรอ
tiếng ợ

burp

[bɜːp]
A. Neructo m
B. VIeructar
C. VT [+ baby] → hacer eructar

burp

[ˈbɜːrp]
nrot m
viroter

burp

(inf)
virülpsen (inf); (baby)aufstoßen
vt babyaufstoßen lassen
nRülpser m (inf)

burp

[bɜːp] (fam)
1. nrutto; (of baby) → ruttino
2. viruttare, fare un rutto
3. vt (baby) → far fare il ruttino a

burp

(bəː(r)p) verb
to belch. Wait for the baby to burp and put her to bed.
noun
a belch.

burp

تـَجَشُّؤ, يَتَجَشَّأ říhat, říhnutí bøvs, bøvse rülpsen, Rülpser ρεύομαι, ρέψιμο eructar, eructo röyhtäistä, röyhtäys rot, roter podrigivanje, podrignuti ruttare, rutto げっぷ, げっぷをする 트림, 트림하다 boer, boeren rap, rape beknąć, beknięcie arrotar, arroto отрыжка, рыгать rap, rapa เรอ, การเรอ geğirme, geğirmek, tiếng ợ 打嗝

burp

n. eructo, eructación;
vt. eructar, sacar el aire.

burp

vt (a baby) hacer eructar; You should burp your baby after each meal..Debe hacerle eructar a su bebé después de cada comida; vi eructar
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