- to force (something swallowed) out through the throat; vomit
- to give up (something) against one's will
- to pour forth (its contents)
Origin of disgorgeOld French desgorger: see dis- and amp; gorge
verbdis·gorged, dis·gorg·ing, dis·gorg·es
- To bring up and expel from the throat or stomach; vomit.
- To discharge violently; spew.
- To surrender (stolen goods or money, for example) unwillingly.
Origin of disgorgeMiddle English disgorgen, from Old French desgorger : des-, dis- + gorger, to pack (from gorge, throat; see gorge).
(third-person singular simple present disgorges, present participle disgorging, simple past and past participle disgorged)
From Middle French desgorger