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Originally from American English, of imitative origin.
- A belch.
- Lennon let out a deep, proud burp after downing the beer.
- 2011, David Foster Wallace, The Pale King, page 9:
- Sylvanshine would burp and it would seem like more than a burp; it would taste like he'd almost thrown up a little.
- A belch is generally considered to be louder than a burp.
a softer belch
- (intransitive) To emit a burp.
- Burping is considered impolite in most western cultures.
- My dad used to burp to hide the fact he was farting.
- (transitive) To utter by burping
- Stevie intends to burp the alphabet at the school talent show.
- (transitive) To cause someone (such as a baby) to burp.
to emit a burp
to burp someone