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    Lightbulb Since you're throwing up, you shouldn't eat

    hi , teacher
    whats the meaning of throw up here

    -I will throw up at that

    -Since you're throwing up, you shouldn't eat

    so thanks

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    Re: Since you're throwing up, you shouldn't eat

    *not a teacher*

    It means 'to regurgitate', 'to vomit'.

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