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vomit in Illness & disability topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishvomitvom‧it1 /ˈvɒmɪt $ ˈvɑː-/ ●○○ verb [intransitive, transitive]  MIto bring food or drink up from your stomach out through your mouth, because you are ill He had swallowed so much sea water he wanted to vomit. I knew I was really in trouble when I began vomiting blood.vomit up I vomited up most of my dinner.RegisterIn everyday English, people usually say that someone throws up, is sick, or in American English gets sick:He threw up his dinner.→ See Verb table
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vomitAny more of her little digs at me and her sickening smiles of lust at Luke and I shall vomit.In fact, Brown never came to the stadium because he was home, and probably vomiting.The shot nearly knocked her cold; she went out and vomited beside the shower.If she starts vomiting, contact the doctor immediately.Later that evening he was taken to hospital, vomiting uncontrollably.