Word: spit

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Related words: spit

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Synonyms: spit

companion, friend, colleague, associate, partner, coworker, workmate, pal, crony, mate, chum, buddy, dawg, peeps, familiar, fellow, brother

Translations: spit

spanish
saliva, escupir, asador


german
ausspucken, speichel, spieß, spucken, landzunge, ...

french
expectorer, crachat, bave, salive, broche, ...

italian
spiedo, sputo, saliva, sputare

portuguese
salivar, cuspir, cuspo, espiritual, saliva

dutch
speeksel, zever, spuwen, rochelen, spugen, ...

russian
нахаркать, шомпол, высказывать, плеваться, шипеть, ...

norwegian
spytt, spytte

swedish
saliv, spott, spotta

finnish
kanki, sylki, sylkäistä, sylkeä, sähistä

danish
spyt, spytte

czech
slina, plivat, plivnutí, plivanec, prskat, ...

polish
plwocina, opluć, pluć, ślina, cypel, ...

hungarian
ásó, ásónyi, hószállingózás

turkish
salya, tükürük

greek
πτύω, φτύνω

ukrainian
висловлювати, тріскотіти, мрячити, шомпол, штик

albanian
pështyj, hell

bulgarian
слюнка

estonian
sülitama, maasäär

croatian
frktati, prskati, pljuvati, ispljuvak, izmaglica

icelandic
skyrpa

lithuanian
seilės

latvian
siekalas

romanian
scuipa, salivă

slovak
ražeň

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The meaning and "use of": spit

noun
  • a long, thin metal rod pushed through meat in order to hold and turn it while it is roasted over an open fire.
  • a narrow point of land projecting into the sea.
  • a layer of earth whose depth is equal to the length of the blade of a spade.

verb
  • eject saliva forcibly from one's mouth, sometimes as a gesture of contempt or anger.
  • light rain falls.
  • put a spit through (meat) in order to roast it over an open fire.

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