Slurp meaning

slûrp
To eat or drink noisily.
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A mouthful of a liquid.

Took a slurp of grape juice.

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To eat or drink something noisily.
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A loud sucking noise made in eating or drinking.
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To drink or eat noisily.
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A loud sipping or sucking sound.
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To eat or drink (something) noisily.
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To make a loud sucking noise.

The mud slurped under our shoes.

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A loud sucking noise made in eating or drinking.
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Origin of slurp

  • Dutch slurpen

    From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition

  • From Middle Dutch slurpen, slorpen (“to sip, slurp"), from Old Dutch *slurpen, from Proto-Germanic *slarpanÄ… (“to sip, slurp"), from Proto-Indo-European *srebÊ°-, *srobÊ°- (“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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