English version

swallow in Food topic

swallowswallow2 noun [countable]  1 HBBa small black and white bird that comes to northern countries in the summer2 DFEATan action in which you make food or drink go down your throat He downed his whisky in one swallow.
Examples from the Corpus
swallowNow, with a swish and a swallow, you, too, are sent on your way.Elizabeth ducked her chin to take a swallow of coffee.An early swallow hawked for flies, close over the bright water.He took three large swallows and passed the bottle to his wife.The other picked up his drink and took a long swallow, watching her over the rim of the tankard.Glen took a long swallow of his drink.There were two swallows nesting above our front door.