upchuck


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up·chuck

 (ŭp′chŭk′) Slang
tr. & intr.v. up·chucked, up·chuck·ing, up·chucks
To vomit or experience vomiting.

upchuck

(ˈʌpˌtʃʌk)
vb
(Medicine) informal esp US to vomit

up•chuck

(ˈʌpˌtʃʌk)

v.i., v.t.
Informal. to vomit.
[1920–25]

upchuck


Past participle: upchucked
Gerund: upchucking

Imperative
upchuck
upchuck
Present
I upchuck
you upchuck
he/she/it upchucks
we upchuck
you upchuck
they upchuck
Preterite
I upchucked
you upchucked
he/she/it upchucked
we upchucked
you upchucked
they upchucked
Present Continuous
I am upchucking
you are upchucking
he/she/it is upchucking
we are upchucking
you are upchucking
they are upchucking
Present Perfect
I have upchucked
you have upchucked
he/she/it has upchucked
we have upchucked
you have upchucked
they have upchucked
Past Continuous
I was upchucking
you were upchucking
he/she/it was upchucking
we were upchucking
you were upchucking
they were upchucking
Past Perfect
I had upchucked
you had upchucked
he/she/it had upchucked
we had upchucked
you had upchucked
they had upchucked
Future
I will upchuck
you will upchuck
he/she/it will upchuck
we will upchuck
you will upchuck
they will upchuck
Future Perfect
I will have upchucked
you will have upchucked
he/she/it will have upchucked
we will have upchucked
you will have upchucked
they will have upchucked
Future Continuous
I will be upchucking
you will be upchucking
he/she/it will be upchucking
we will be upchucking
you will be upchucking
they will be upchucking
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been upchucking
you have been upchucking
he/she/it has been upchucking
we have been upchucking
you have been upchucking
they have been upchucking
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been upchucking
you will have been upchucking
he/she/it will have been upchucking
we will have been upchucking
you will have been upchucking
they will have been upchucking
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been upchucking
you had been upchucking
he/she/it had been upchucking
we had been upchucking
you had been upchucking
they had been upchucking
Conditional
I would upchuck
you would upchuck
he/she/it would upchuck
we would upchuck
you would upchuck
they would upchuck
Past Conditional
I would have upchucked
you would have upchucked
he/she/it would have upchucked
we would have upchucked
you would have upchucked
they would have upchucked
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.upchuck - eject the contents of the stomach through the mouthupchuck - eject the contents of the stomach through the mouth; "After drinking too much, the students vomited"; "He purged continuously"; "The patient regurgitated the food we gave him last night"
egest, excrete, eliminate, pass - eliminate from the body; "Pass a kidney stone"
Translations

upchuck

[ˈuptʃʌk] VI (US) → echar los hígados por la boca

upchuck

vi (US inf: = vomit) → kotzen (sl), → reihern (sl)
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