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sorber

  
      vt  
1    (=beber)     (poco a poco)    to sip  ,   (chupando)    to suck up
sorber por una paja      to drink through a straw  
sorber por las narices        (gen)    to sniff, sniff in, sniff up     (Med)   to inhale  
2    (=absorber)  
[esponja, papel secante]  
to soak up, absorb
3    (=tragar)  
[mar]  
to suck down, swallow up  
  [+palabras]  
to drink in
Translation Spanish - English Collins Dictionary  
sorber vt.
suck

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Collaborative Dictionary     Spanish-English
exp.
to drink through a straw
exp.
to inhale
[Med.]
exp.
sniff up
exp.
to sniff
exp.
sniff in
exp.
to be crazy about sb
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"sorber": examples and translations in context
Bueno, te dejaré tranquila por más que odie sorber rápido y huir. All right, well, I'll get out of your hair as much I hate to slurp and run.
Como si pudiera sorber a través de mis poros. As if I could slurp through my pores.
Tuve que sentarme como un viejo y sorber el café. I had to sit there like a tired old man and sip coffee.
Hermanos, preparaos para sorber la última gota del remedio amargo. Get ready brothers to sip the last drop of the bitter medicine.
Tienes que sorber eso como hombre. You have to suck that like a man.
Pero puede sorber toda la vida de tus huesos. But it can suck the very life from your bones.
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