بصق, أضرم النار, لفظ, سفد, تمطر السماء رذاذا, بقبق, شوى بالسيخبصاق, سيخ, بصقة, سفود, زبد, ريالة, عمق, قطعة أرض, رذاذ, أمطار خفيفة, رشاش اللعاب يخرج مع الكلام, لعاب
Noun(1) a narrow strip of land that juts out into the sea(2) a clear liquid secreted into the mouth by the salivary glands and mucous glands of the mouth; moistens the mouth and starts the digestion of starches(3) a skewer for holding meat over a fire(4) the act of spitting (forcefully expelling saliva
Verb(1) expel or eject (saliva or phlegm or sputum(2) utter with anger or contempt(3) rain gently(4) drive a skewer through
(1) They are seasoned with garlic, peppers and oregano, roasted on a spit over a barbecue and then, to the smack of a machete on a chopping board, they are served up with plantains, pumpkin and rice.(2) Death Tower rested on a floating island, high above an evil spit of land, in the distant southwest corner of the world.(3) don't spit on the floor(4) The turtle opened its mouth and spurted hot spit in Gardens' face.(5) Some of them sit with their heads between their legs slowly expectorating a long dribble of spit until there is a pool of spittle on the ground.(6) It was a desolate spit of land with a few trees and thick brush that invited a few adventurous boaters, probably kids looking to get high or have sex, during the summer.(7) In reality this is more of a spit of land than an island, and it was slightly disappointing to find that the causeway wouldn't even be covered until the end of the week.(8) He gestured over to a spit of land with what Doremi could see was a small stone building at its end.(9) Consider Orford Ness, a lonely spit of land that was once the site of military tests and is now owned by the National Trust.(10) a narrow spit of land shelters the bay(11) It was a cold October night and the wind was howling and it had started to spit with rain.(12) Never mind that Kente, get to the fire, and spit those two geese you shot yesterday.(13) At this point a spit of land breaks away from the mainland to become the needle-like peninsula of Baja California.(14) I got really drunk as you can imagine and started to spit water at people working behind the bar.(15) Don't spit out the saliva because this is a waste, and it will also disturb your concentration.(16) They magnanimously bestow on our green spaces abundant spit , phlegm, nasal mucus, litter and noxious garbage of all kinds.
(1) spit out :: بصق
1. spittle ::
2. skewer ::
3. saliva ::
4. tongue ::
6. expectorate ::
7. snap ::
8. sizzle ::
9. sprinkle ::
10. spit out ::
11. skewer ::
12. spue ::
Different Formsspit, spits
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