Translation for 'spit' from English to Russian
NOUN1   a spit | spits
NOUN2   spit | -
VERB1   to spit | spitted | spitted
spitting | spits
VERB2   to spit | spat | spat
spitting | spits
SYNO expectoration | saliva | spit | ...
выплюнуть [сов.]to spit out
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Translation for 'spit' from English to Russian

to spit out
выплюнуть [сов.]
Usage Examples English
  • deep in its eastern part near the northeastern spit of land.
  • The Southport Spit (officially known as The Spit) is a spit and neighbourhood within the northern end of Main Beach, City of Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia.
  • Recreational areas in and near Dungeness include Cline Spit and the Dungeness Recreation Area and Wildlife Refuge which contain many trails.
  • Broulee harbour was lost in 1873 as removal of vegetation for an access road on the land spit eroded the spit and isolated what is now known as Broulee Island.
  • Also known as Super-spit in Wisconsin, Spit 2 in Texas, Rush in Missouri, and Spit 3 in Kentucky, and Blackie Spit in British Columbia.

  • The conjugation of spit-take as a verb is not clearly defined.
  • The Leslie Street Spit's evolution into an urban wilderness was never in the city's plans.
  • From 2019, officers were issued with Spit Guards, a transparent mesh that covers a suspect's face should they spit at officers.
  • The extreme western tip of Rennie Island is a sandy spit, a result of dredging dumps.
  • In South Africa, a whole meat carcass cooked with the "al asador" method is called asado spit braai or spit roast.

  • Geologically, Poverty Beach is a sand spit or barrier spit, extending northeast from the mainland at Cape Island to Sewell Point at Cold Spring Inlet.
  • Russkaya Koshka (Russian: Русская Кошка) is a spit that divides the Anadyr Estuary from the Gulf of Anadyr.
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