Synonyms of vomit in English:

vomit


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See Spanish definition of vómito

verb

1‘he desperately wanted to vomit’

SYNONYMS
be sick, spew, spew up, fetch up
heave, retch, reach, gag
North American get sick
informal throw up, puke, chunder, chuck up, hurl, pray to the porcelain god, do the technicolor yawn, keck, ralph
British informal honk, shoot the cat, vom
Scottish informal boke
North American informal barf, spit up, upchuck, blow chunks, toss one's cookies, blow chunks
Australian, New Zealand informal go for the big spit, play the whale, yodel, perk
archaic regorge, purge, brake, cascade
rare egurgitate

2‘I vomited my breakfast all over the car’

SYNONYMS
regurgitate, bring up, spew up, heave up, cough up
Medicine reject, lose
informal chuck up, throw up, puke
British informal sick up
North American informal spit up
archaic regorge, void

3‘the printer is vomiting folds of perforated paper’

SYNONYMS
eject, issue, emit, expel, send forth, discharge, disgorge, spout, throw out, cast out, spew out, belch
rare disembogue, eruct

noun

1‘the front of his jacket was stained with vomit’

SYNONYMS
sick
technical vomitus, ejecta
informal puke, spew, technicolor yawn, liquid laugh
British informal pavement pizza
North American informal barf, upchuck
Australian, New Zealand informal chunder
archaic purge, parbreak