- vt. 狼吞虎咽地吃；大口地吸
- vi. 哽住；喘不过气
- n. 一大口（尤指液体）；吞咽
CET6+ TEM4 GRE TOEFL
1. gulf => gulp.
2. gulf => colpo-(词根) = vagina.
来自PIE*gwele, 吞食，拟声词，词源同glut, gluttony.
- gulp (v.)
- late 14c., a native coinage or else from Flemish gulpe or Dutch gulpen "to gush, pour forth, guzzle, swallow," in any case possibly of imitative origin (compare Swedish dialectal glapa "to gulp down"). Related: Gulped; gulping.
- gulp (n.)
- 1560s, from gulp (v.), or else from Flemish gulpe, Dutch gulp "stream of water, large draught."
- 1. When his whisky came he drank half of it in one gulp.
- 2. We swallowed the chocolates in one gulp, licking our lips.
- 3. I took in a large gulp of air.
- 4. Don't gulp everything down without masticating.
- 5. She took down the tablets in one gulp.
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