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A.Word.A.Daywith Anu Garg
1. To bring up undigested food through the mouth.
2. To repeat something without understanding it.
From Latin regurgitare (to overflow or flow back), from re- (again) + gurgitare (to flood), from gurges (whirlpool). Earliest documented use: 1578.
“Ms Kendall appears to have swallowed this argument whole and regurgitated it in ill-digested chunks.”
Silence of the Lambs; The Times (London, UK); Jul 27, 2015.
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