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Autor:  Danilo
E-mail:  daniloresende@yahoo.com
Data:  03/AGO/2007 11:41 AM
Assunto:  babujar escarrar

Hi, according to Cambridge Dictionary:




verb spitting, spat or US ALSO spit, spat or US ALSO spit
1 [I or T] to force out the contents of the mouth, especially saliva:
- Bob Ewell spat contemptuously right in the lawyer's face.
- He spat the meat out in disgust.
- They bought watermelons and ate them as they walked, spitting out the seeds.


2 [I or T] LITERARY to say or shout words quickly and angrily:
[+ speech] 'Get out!' she spat, when Ace appeared in the doorway.


o que é babujar? nunca ouvi este termo.

babujar é o mesmo que babar? caso seja:


dribble (FROM MOUTH)  
verb [I or T]: to have liquid slowly come out of your mouth:
- Babies dribble constantly.

- There was dribble all over her chin.
- a dribble of saliva


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babujar escarrar  –  mano  03/AGO/2007, 10:48 AM
 babujar escarrar  –  Danilo  03/AGO/2007, 11:41 AM
babujar escarrar  –  Danilo  03/AGO/2007, 11:44 AM

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