|Origin:||desgorger, from gorge 'throat'|
1 [transitive] literary
if a vehicle or building disgorges people, they come out of it in a large group:
Cars drew up to disgorge a wedding party.
if something disgorges what was inside it, it lets it pour out:
Chimneys were disgorging smoke into the air.
3 [intransitive and transitive]DNTTW
if a river disgorges, it flows into the sea:
The Mississippi disgorges its waters into the Gulf of Mexico.
4 [transitive] formal
to give back something that you have taken illegally
5 [transitive]MI formal
to bring food back up from your stomach through your mouth