Definition of vomit in English:

vomit

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Pronunciation: /ˈvɒmɪt
 
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verb (vomits, vomiting, vomited)

[no object]

noun

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  • 2 archaic An emetic.

Derivatives

vomiter

noun
More example sentences
  • Villains include the usual suspects of people happily picking their noses oblivious to the rest of the carriage, people putting feet on seats, people putting bags on seats, tube nutters, tube preachers, tube vomiters etc, etc.
  • I'm a noisy vomiter, too - I bet it woke the neighbours.
  • One of the biggest mistakes a vomiter can make is bending over.

Origin

late Middle English: from Old French vomite (noun) or Latin vomitus, from vomere 'to vomit'.

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