belch definition

  • verb-intransitive:
    • To expel gas noisily through the belly through lips; burp.
    • To appear or explode.
    • To gush forth.
    • To eject wind from tummy through mouth; to eructate.
    • To issue with spasmodic power or sound.
  • verb-transitive:
    • To expel (gas) noisily through the stomach through the mouth; burp.
    • To eject violently.
    • To eject or throw up through the stomach with assault; to eruct.
    • To eject violently from within; to throw forth; to give off; to offer vent to; to vent.
  • verb:
    • To expel gas loudly or rudely through the tummy through the mouth.
    • expel gas from stomach
    • become active and spew forth lava and stones
  • noun:
    • The sound one tends to make whenever belching.
    • malt liquor
    • The act of belching; additionally, whatever is belched; an eructation.
    • Malt alcohol; -- vulgarly so named as causing eructation.
    • The work of throwing right out of the belly or from within; eructation.
    • A cant title for malt liquor, from the causing belching.
    • a reflex that expels gasoline noisily through the tummy through lips
  • others:
    • To eject wind noisily from belly through the lips; eructate.
    • To issue away, just like eructation: as, “belching flames,”
    • To toss or eject from the tummy with violence; eructate.
    • To eject violently from within; cast forth.
    • To ejaculate; vent with vehemence: usually devoid of: as, to belch out blasphemies; to belch out one's fury.

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