Definition of vom in English:

vom

Line breaks: vom
Pronunciation: /vɒm
 
/
informal

verb (voms, vomming, vommed)

[no object]
Be sick; vomit: I’m eating crackers and drinking ginger ale and trying not to vom
More example sentences
  • Like, if eating real chicken makes you wanna vom, why would you wanna eat pretend chicken made of something you would actually eat?
  • Will I vom when I touch the gizzard?
  • We ordered shots, received shots; ladies and gents, we shot. And then she vommed all over me.

noun

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Vomit: I missed the toilet and spewed vom all over her brand-new carpet
More example sentences
  • Then the vom started.
  • At least the vom is not happening in 8 directions for me yet.
  • With a second wave of vom welling up inside him, Benny made one final dash for the door.

Origin

1980s: abbreviation.

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