English version

burp in Human topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishburpburp /bɜːp $ bɜːrp/ verb 🔊 🔊 1 [intransitive]HBH to pass gas loudly from your stomach out through your mouth syn belch2 [transitive]HBH to help a baby to do this, especially by rubbing or gently hitting its back —burp noun [countable]→ See Verb table
Examples from the Corpus
burp• A heavily padded bank account tends to muffle the most obnoxious burping.• Are you sure he doesn't need burping?• But suddenly, that funny feeling in your stomach is stronger, and you feel like you will have to burp.• It is as though I've burped during Evensong.• San Francisco fed and burped his football career.• Suddenly, she burped loudly three times.• She burped surreptitiously, still churning.• It was nearly twelve when Mama began to burp the baby.