- v pour or rush back
The blood regurgitates into the heart ventricle
- v feed through the beak by regurgitating previously swallowed food
- v repeat after memorization
For the exam, you must be able to regurgitate the information
- v eject the contents of the stomach through the mouth
The patient regurgitated the food we gave him last night
- He knows that the Oxbridge dons are bored witless by papers that simply regurgitate the standard academic line.
- All too many books about film regurgitate the same old pablum about the same old movies over and over again.
- Clawback provisions have long been standard at venture-capital and private-equity firms, where partners are expected to regurgitate past earnings to make good on unmet promises.
News & Articles
- Dad from U.N.C.L.E.
When I was young back in Houston in the ’60s, summer was endless and sometimes dangerous. Boredom hadn’t been invented yet. We didn’t have devices to store thousands of songs and regurgitate them with all the clarity of a gramophone. We didn’t have cell phones that took really, really bad pictures. Yet somehow our lives [...]
June 19, 2013 - Fort Worth Weekly
- Chris Adler in Blabbermouth.net
This album is going to surprise a lot of people,comments drummer Chris Adler. "Typically bands that get to where we are in our career begin to slack off, smell the roses and regurgitate. We chose a different path. No one wants to hear...
- Ben Buckley in Sydney Morning Herald
However you may choose to portray these consultants or regurgitate unsubstantiated stories written by others in the past, these consultants have been and remain invaluable assets to our bid,he says.
- Fred Taylor in USA Today
I was frustrated,Taylor said. "Byron getting cut further confirmed that this is a dog-eat-dog business. We're living in the belly of the beast and sometimes that beast has to regurgitate. That's what happened. It's tough."