- 1 (for mouth) mordaza (feminine)More example sentences
More example sentences
- A cloth gag was put over his mouth to stop him from speaking.
- She tried to scream, but the gag prevented it once again.
- To her immense satisfaction, the gag did nothing to prevent the volume of her yelling, only muffled and garbled it.
- He or she preps the neonate's face and mouth and also the mouth gag in a circular manner, proceeding from the incision line circumferentially outward.
- 2 (check, restraint) mordaza (feminine) to put a gag on sb amordazar* a algnMore example sentences
- Tim the Rev had picked up on the notion that the codification is intended to put a political gag on charities, and Peter said that the draft legislation had no such intent.
- The government's official gag on further public discussion of the principal's death only adds to the impression that this is not an isolated case.
- However, the latest gag prevents users from discussing any aspect of the program.
transitive verb/verbo transitivo (-gg-)
intransitive verb/verbo intransitivo (-gg-)
- hacer* arcadas to gag
atsth sentir* náuseas poror antealgo to gag onsth atragantarse conalgo