Meaning of upchuck in English:


Pronunciation /ˌʌpˈtʃʌk/

Translate upchuck into Spanish


informal North American
  • Vomit.

    • ‘I almost upchucked my toasted marshmallows’
    • ‘I still feel like upchucking, but I'm listening to the Katy Rose album and strangely it's making me feel better.’
    • ‘I also discovered he'd upchucked in the basement.’
    • ‘I felt someone place their hands on my shoulders and I looked behind me (in between upchucks, that is).’
    • ‘That way when your cat upchucks on it, and it will, it won't be such a disaster.’
    • ‘Its story, plus the accompanying libel lawsuit, has provided journalists everywhere with the opportunity to enrich their vocabulary with synonyms for upchucking.’
    • ‘I cover it pretty well when Rebecca's home, but when she's not, I seem to be upchucking all of the time.’
    • ‘Hunter nodded, and then said hesitantly, ‘Like I told you, he upchucked.’’
    • ‘The group of gossiping girls looked on warily, expectantly, waiting for her to upchuck all over her showy dress, but she didn't.’
    • ‘Some weeks, a washing machine would upchuck a hearty blue gunk.’
    • ‘But between now and election day, we're going to hear enough about their past deeds and misdeeds to make you upchuck.’
    be sick, spew, spew up, fetch up


mass noun informal North American
  • Matter vomited from the stomach.

    • ‘a stream of upchuck’
    • ‘The previous night's memorable madness in Apartment 15B rushes back to the young man along with the nauseating odor of upchuck, but he plays it cool, acting the wide-eyed innocent who doesn't have a clue.’
    • ‘Except while you are teetering on the precipice of your next upchuck, the only thing you crave is to be distracted.’
    • ‘After last night, we really didn't need to be regaled with other upchuck anecdotes.’
    • ‘Few recent films escape the upchuck, which begins quite literally with an Exorcist reprise, with Linda Blair, in this case Megan Voorhees, spewing pea soup at a couple of priests.’