- vi. 呛 make a sudden swallowing movement as if surprised or nervous
- vt. 吞食 swallow food or drink quickly or greedily
a large and hurried swallow;
"he finished it at a single gulp"
a spasmodic reflex of the throat made as if in swallowing
to swallow hurriedly or greedily or in one draught;
"The men gulped down their beers"
utter or make a noise, as when swallowing too quickly;
"He gulped for help after choking on a big piece of meat"
- He gulped his food.
- She gulped nervously, as if the question bothered her.
- She crawled onto the river bank and lay there gulping in air.
- You must gulp back your vindictiveness
- He downed the vodka in one gulp.
- He ate his food in such a hurry speed that he gulped.
- He tried to speak, but gulped, and no words came.
- Don't gulp your food.
- He gulped water.
- The fish rises every now and then to gulp air from the surface.
- gulp back (v.+adv.)
控制,抑制(眼泪) hold back; control (tears)
- gulp down (v.+adv.)
吞吃,吞下 swallow (food or liquid) quickly and in quantity, rather rudely
gulp sth ⇔ down
Late for work again,Jim gulped down a cup of coffee, with no time for anything to eat.
Don't gulp your food down, it's both rude and bad for your stomach.
He gulped a cup of coffee in the hope of pacifying his stomach.出自： S. Lewis
The girl answered..by making a bee line for the spring-water crock..and thirstily gulping straight from the dipper.出自： E. Bowen
The worthy knight fairly gulped down the oaths.出自： fig.