burp

(burp) to expel gas from the stomach through the mouth; see eructation. to assist an infant to expel gas from the stomach by upright positioning or gently rubbing or patting the back.
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burp

bubble verb expel gas from the stomach; `In China it is polite to burp at the table`
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BURP

Big Ugly Rock Piece. A large, pre-fabricated LEGO element generally available in gray and frequently included in LEGO castle sets. More experienced LEGO fans often encourage other builders to use brick-built landscaping rather than BURPs.
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burp

burp, burps, burped, burping 1. Also known as belching, ructus, or eructation, it refers to the release of gas from the digestive tract (mainly esophagus and stomach) through the mouth. 2. To allow air from the stomach to come out through the mouth in a noisy way. 3. To gently rub a baby's back to help air to come out of his or her stomach. It is...
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Burp

Burp: 1. Gas brought up from the stomach through the mouth producing a gutteral noise. 2. As a verb, to bring up gas from the stomach through the mouth. Also to help a baby bring up gas after feeding by rubbing or patting its back.
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burp

[v] - expel gas from the stomach
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