Definition of chuck up in English:

chuck up

Vomit: I nearly chucked up
More example sentences
  • Not because I'm a fan of marital harmony or anything, but because they both have completely noxious romantic subplots now, subplots that make me want to chuck up my dinner.
  • After a few weeks of chucking up and feeling generally awful, my mother asked me the $64,000 question, ‘Wendy, are you having a baby?’
  • No-one appeared to know I was chucking up thanks to Uncle Alcohol.
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