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retch
American English: /rɛtʃ/
British English: /rɛtʃ/

Translation of retch in Spanish:

intransitive verb

  • the sight of it made her retch
    verlo la hizo hacer arcadas
    al verlo le dieron arcadas
    Example sentences
    • Gabriel was very much awake, leaning over one side of the cot, coughing and retching as phlegm emitted from his mouth and fell to the floor.
    • She had seen him sweat and shake and retch in the grip of his craving.
    • Just a dry retch was all I could manage.

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