slurp

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Englisch - Türkisch
höpürtü
slurping
höpür höpür
to slurp
höpürdetmek
to slurp
hopurdatmak
Englisch - Englisch
A loud sucking noise made in eating or drinking
A mouthful of liquid
To eat or drink (something) noisily
(verb) eat or drink with a loud sucking sound
(noun) an act or sound of slurping
If you slurp a liquid, you drink it noisily. He blew on his soup before slurping it off the spoon He slurped down a cup of sweet, black coffee
Definition: Inktomi's search engine spider
eat noisily; "He slurped his soup"
The name of the spider used by Inktomi
A slurp is a noise that you make with your mouth when you drink noisily, or a mouthful of liquid that you drink noisily. He takes a slurp from a cup of black coffee. to drink a liquid while making a noisy sucking sound (slurpen, probably from the sound)
The name of the Inktomi search engine spider
{f} make slurping sounds, take noisy sips, eat or drink with loud sucking sounds
{i} noisy sip, loud sucking noise (made especially while eating or drinking)
eat noisily; "He slurped his soup
slurped
past of slurp
slurps
plural of , slurp
slurps
third-person singular of slurp
slurp

    Türkische aussprache

    slırp

    Aussprache

    /ˈslərp/ /ˈslɜrp/

    Etymologie

    [ 'sl&rp ] (verb.) 1648. From Middle Dutch slurpen, slorpen (“to sip, slurp”), from Old Dutch *slurpen, from Proto-Germanic *slarpanan (“to sip, slurp”), from Proto-Indo-European *srebʰ-, *srobʰ- (“to sip, slurp, gulp”). Cognate with West Frisian slurvje (“to slurp”), German schlürfen (“to sip, slurp”), Swedish slurpa (“to slurp”), Middle High German sürfeln, sürpfeln (“to sip, slurp”), Latin sorbeō (“to suck up, imbibe, absorb”).

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