(v.) = vomit ; spew (out) ; puke ; throw up ; yack (up) ; barf (up) ; be sick ; toss + Posesivo + cookies ; belch out. Ex: The author considers sources for two versions of a woodcut broadsheet showing Daniel in the lion's den and Jonah vomited out by the great fish. Ex: Simultaneously, automatic gunfire spewed out from a sandbagged position west of the village across the river mouth. Ex: The word 'puke' is sometimes considered offensive. Ex: He fell so hard that it made him throw up and both his legs swelled and went black and blue. Ex: I had my head in the toilet yacking up my breakfast when I heard the doorbell ring. Ex: I hate to say this but it's true -- she looked like something that a cat barfed up. Ex: They are there to study and knuckle down to academic work, not get drunk, be sick, miss lessons/lectures, and generally be a tax/soap dodger. Ex: She hadn't actually tossed her cookies, but the dust of the road and the smell of the exhaust combined with the bumpy ride had nauseated her. Ex: In the early 18th century the volcanoes in this area belched out molten lava and buried entire villages and hamlets. ---- * con ganas de vomitar = queasy . * hacer vomitar = make + Nombre + sick ; make + Nombre + feel sick in the stomach.